Cold-Hardy Plants There are 289 products.

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.

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  • NEW !- Olive-green leaves, finely asperous, with a broad paler band running down the center. Native to an arid calcareous region in Teuhuacan, Puebla, at 1650-1950 m elevation. Slow growing, attaining 50-80 cm in diameter. It will stay smaller in pots.

    17,20 €
  • 20-22 cm diameter. Exciting garden selection of a small, frost-hardy agave. Rosettes are compact, tidy and four-coloured (quadri-color). This variegated cultivar will survive - 5 C (23 F) and even less if kept dry.

    15,80 €
  • 25 cm diameter. Exciting garden selection of a small, frost-hardy agave. Rosettes are compact, tidy and four-coloured (quadri-color). This variegated cultivar will survive - 5 C (23 F) and even less if kept dry.

    39,20 €
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  • This small, frost-hardy agave is a non-hybrid clone selected in cultivation, with enhanced colours. Leaves are darker, with a paler central stripe, all is glossy and the leaf margins are almost white. It is frost resistant to -15 C or more if kept dry!

    27,50 €
  • 10-14 cm diameter - Nigra is a "classic" hybrid Agave, obtained by crossing Agave victoriae-reginae and A. scabra. Agave X nigra is a beautiful frost-hardy plant, known for its architectural shape.

    13,90 €
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  • Unusual bulbous plant with a showy, glossy green bulb growing above ground, up to 10 cm in diameter. Long pale-green leaves and tall spikes of fragrant flowers. Easy growing. It takes hard drought and frost to about -4 C.

    13,70 €
  • This beautiful ornamental is hardier to cold than the other large-leaved Alocasias. It thrives outdoors in the coastal Mediterranean much better than Alocasia macrorrhiza or other species which woud lost most of their foliage in winter.

    34,00 €
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  • This is one of the most exotic and adaptable Alocasias, with low, compact growth and hearth-shaped leaves. It is also one of the cold hardiest!

    23,00 €
  • Looks like a smaller sized relative of Alocasia macrorrhiza, but leaf margins are by far more undulate (wavy). The whole plant will hardly grow above 1-1,5 m in height, while macrorrhiza can easily grow more than 3 m. This smaller species is native to the Kachin Hills in the North of Myanmar.

    28,50 €
  • This plant produces huge leaves that can attain 1,5 in a short time. It is a must for tropical-looking gardens but it can take quite a few degrees of frost. It grows well in the coastal mediterranean, with wind protection and abundat water. The stem has some itchy sap but it is edible if cooked for a long time. 

    23,40 €
  • "Hardy Elephant Ear" is a species of Alocasia that can take cold much better than others. It is native to high elevations in New Guinea. Leaf blades reach only 30-40 cm but they are purple-coppery beneath. It is fast growing, it does not require hot conditions and will sprout back after mild frost.

    19,40 €
  • "Hardy Elephant Ear" is a species of Alocasia that can take cold much better than others. It is native to high elevations in New Guinea. Leaf blades reach only 30-40 cm but they are purple-coppery beneath. It is fast growing, it does not require hot conditions and will sprout back after mild frost.

    44,50 €
  • Cold-hardy hybrid of unrivalled beauty. It is a man-made cross of Alocasia odora x Alocasia portei, developed in Florida. It bears magnificent huge leaves, and will survive to frost, to about -10 C. Leaves can reach 1.5 m in length and trunks can grow up to 2 m tall, giving a palm-like appearance.

    28,90 €
  • Cold-hardy hybrid of unrivalled beauty. It is a man-made cross of Alocasia odora x Alocasia portei, developed in Florida. It bears magnificent huge leaves, and will survive to frost, to about -10 C. Leaves can reach 1.5 m in length and trunks can grow up to 2 m tall, giving a palm-like appearance.We offer a plant with a height of 100 cm and a trunk...

    68,90 €
  • Thick 15-20 cm 1-y old rooted plant - It is a spectacular species, relative of the genus Aloe with leaves arranged as fans. Kumara plicatilis grows as a shrub or small tree and thrives outdoors in the coastal Mediterranean. It blooms in winter and its flowers are much larger than most aloes !

    45,00 €
  • Thick 26-40 cm 2-y old rooted plant - It is a spectacular species, relative of the genus Aloe with leaves arranged as fans. Kumara plicatilis grows as a shrub or small tree and thrives outdoors in the coastal Mediterranean. It blooms in winter and its flowers are much larger than most aloes !

    60,60 €
  • Robust plant, 30-40 cm, 1 kg, field-grown in full sun. This is the famous Aloe vera, known for holding healthy properties. The tips of the tall flower spikes are edible. Leaves are green-glaucous to pink-copper. Takes light frost if kept dry.

    11,80 €
  • This is a cool-growing species of Alpinia, which is possibly the frost-hardiest in the genus. It is similar to Alpinia zerumbet, but shorter in stature with wavier leaf margins.  Our rhizomes are uprooted from adult, blooming, mother plants. This ginger is also used medicinally.

    31,50 €
  • This ornamental hybrid is a showy bulbous perennial and flowers repeatedly from July to October with gorgeous pink flowers. It is evergreen and the whole plant looks a bit like some tropical Crinum species but it is a frost-hardy plant, good to create a tropical look in a non tropical garden.

    17,30 €
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  • Supreme cold-hardy hybrid of the outrageously beautiful Androlepis skinneri and the robust frost-hardy Aechmea distichantha.

    51,20 €
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