Bromeliaceae is a large family of herbaceous plants native to the Americas. Just like many orchids, they naturally grow on tree branches or above rocks and cliffs. Bromeliads are highly appreciated because of their incredible colours and their ease of growth in pots.
We offer a fine selection of bromeliads that are never available through garden centres in Europe. Large scale distribution mostly sells green, thin-leaved hybrids. Our shop keeps an ever-increasing offer of the species with the toughest and most colourful leaves, better adapted to hot and cold conditions of outdoor life. All our bromeliads are shipped as bare root “pups”. These are the robust basal suckers produced after blooming. Bromeliads travel amazingly well in the mail and they are also cheap to ship. Our robust pups will often bloom in less than one year.
Small sized species of Tillandsia, forming intricate clumps of white, vey tomentose zig-zag leaves. It is found in Peru, where it grows at altitudes up to 2500 meters, chiefly living on rocks and sometimesas an epiphyte. Flowers are pink and lilac. This species forms nice white balls if grown on a wire.
This species creeps on sand fields in the harshest desert conditions, where no other plants are seen in miles. Tillandsia purpurea is found by the border between Chile and Peru. Its purple-purpureous inflorescences are a show. This xeric bromeliad is also sought after by collectors of succulent plants.
Xeric tillandsia from South America, with grey leaves arching at the tip and spikes of lilac flowers. It is widespread in South America from the coast to 2300 meters above sea level, both epiphytically or saxicolously in semi-arid regions in direct sunlight, or root on both trees and rocks.
A moss-like plant not related to mosses at all. Spanish Moss grows on trees in America, with no roots at all. It is Gray when dry and light green when wet, it hangs from tree branches and grows easily. This "Air Plant" can take short freezes to about -6 C.
NEW!Small sized Tillandsia hybrid about 20 cm in diameter, with elegant arching leaves, holding a long-lasting, wine-and-purple coloured inflorescence. This is a tank-type, green-leaved Tillandsia that can be preferably grown terrestrially in a well draining small pot.
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