Bromeliads are ornamental plants of tropical origin. Few species are cold-hardy, even freeze, as Bromeliads.
Due to they are uncommon and very cold-hardy, on Canarius.com we propose Bromeliads as: Deuterocohnia chlorantha, Aechmea blumenavii, Hechtia tillandsioides or Billbergia sp. Succulent.
Unusually succulent pink-blooming Billbergia, hardy to light frost. It is polymorphic and grows from a juvenile through three stages: 1. short-leaved compact succulent rosette, 2 tall, thin leaves, 3 a typical tube billbergia.
Clump of 6-10 heads - Small, terrestrial, cushion-forming plant species. It is probably one of the cold hardiest of the bromeliads.
Frost-hardy Aechmea with blue-tipped green leaves, from the outskirts of a city named Blumenau, in the cool, wet South of Brazil. Spikes of yellow flowers are followed by colourful fruits, lasting months. It can take -7 C (20 F). This is the TRUE blumenavii, not the many mislabelled specimens in the trade.