Esta es nuestra selección de plantas que pueden soportar algo de frío. Algunas sólo resistirán un clima frío y un poco de escarcha, pero otras aguantarán fuertes heladas en climas más fríos. Todas son muy diferentes, pero merecen ser probadas, porque todas estas plantas de aspecto tropical tienen requisitos no tropicales. Seguramente prosperarán al aire libre en climas mediterráneos costeros, o en un invernadero mínimamente climatizado donde no se cree escarcha.
NEW ! - Cold-hardy Aechmea found in Bolivia to NE. Argentina. It is a large, spiny plant 50-80 cm tall, producing long-lasting colourful inflorescences in Spring. Great in gardens or in tall pots. Hardy to about -6 C.
Mid-sized plant with yellow flowers. Native to a small area of coastal forest in cooler So.Brazil, it is a tough sun-loving plant that grows well in open and exposed sites. Use in trees or stumps as an epiphyte or on rocks.
NEW ! - 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.
Impressive frost-hardy variegated hybrid. It is a solid, perfect, showy monster that will be a tropical conversation-piece in any non-tropical garden. It was developed by crossing Aechmea distichantha schlumbergeri x A. caudata melanocrater.
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!
Ornamental Agave with very blue leaves, as blue as a "gas flame". It is a cross between Agave shawii and Agave attenuata, obtained in the 1960’s. It is frost-resistant just as A. shawii, while it keeps the smooth elegance of the more tropical A.attenuata.
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.
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.
Easy-to-grow species of voodoo lily, native to the Yunnan Province of China. Leafstalks are mottled in grey spots, and leaves are glossy. The inflorescence is ivory-white. This "dwrf white voodoo lily" is one of the cold-hardiest in the genus Amorphophallus. 4-5 cm, Will bloom in 1 year.
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