This is our selection of plants that can stand some cold. Some will only resist to cool weather and light frost, but some others will take hard frost in colder climates. They are all very different but they deserve to be tried because all these tropical-looking plants have non tropical requirements. They will surely thrive outdoors in coastal Mediterranean climates or in a mildly heated greenhouse where frost does not occur.
Trachycarpus latisectus is one of the most attractive palms in this frost-hardy genus. Its leaves have exceptionally wide segments and a thick, ringed trunk, coated with reddish-brown fibers when young. We offer some fantastic tall adult specimes which are seldom found in Europe.
This palm is a best seller in Europe. It is a small frost hardy palm with small and stiff fan leaves - only about 60 cm across. It is not known in the wild, only in cultivation, because it is compact cultivar of Trachycarpus fortunei, selected in China by Japanese horticolturists. It can take snow and frost, surviving to -15 C or -25 C, depending on local...
This cultivar of blueberry is a regular prodicer, with fairly high yields of small to medium-sized berries, typically ripening late in season, in long, loose clusters. The flesh is juicy and white, sweet. Fruits do not freezee as well as other varieties, and they should be eaten fresh. Upright habit.
A close relative of papaya, this exciting plant was domesticated in the Andes at high elevation, where frost is common. Good tasting fruits! A must for tropical fruit lovers living in colder climates.
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