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Large bromeliad, with vertical swollen rosettes and curly leaftips. It is suitable for non-tropical climates as it can take light frosts. Albobracteata is the white-flowered variety, which has silvery leaves too. Long-lasting inflorescences will keep the show for 5-6 months.
Rosettes with spineless, green-silvery leaves bear powdery pink spikes with sky-blue flowers in late summer - "Coelestis" means sky-blue! Then, colourful pink-orange fruits will persist through winter until mid-spring. It does fine in cool temperatures but should be protected from frost.
This is the smallest variety of a widely grown frost-hardy bromeliad. When blooming the upper part of the plant turns bright pink for 2-3 months. This easy growing beauty is endemic to Santa Catalina, in SE Brazil. Cold hardy to at least - 8 C.
Galangal or Blue Ginger is a herb used in cooking in SE Asia, and also medicinally. It grows as a tight clump of lush, upright dark-green leaves. Upright inflorescences of small white flowers are produced throughout the warmer months.
Taro is the edible corm of a spectacular plant that can be grown in damp soil or in the water. It has huge exotic foliage. This variety named Ñame Blanco is traditionally grown in the Canary Islands.
This Brazilian bulb produces surprising green-red flowers and it typically grows as an epyphitic plant: up on tree branches with ferns, orchids and bromeliads. Hippeastrum calyptratum will also thrive in pots, under normal Hippeastrum conditions as long as the soil has very good drainage.Our plants correspond to the location known as Macae da Cima, where...
This is the famous variegated noni, found in the Fiji. This botanical variety makes an outstanding shrub with snow-white splashed foliage. Each new pair of leaves is a new surprise. Fruits are smaller and rounder than those of the usual noni, variety citrifolia.