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30-40 cm wide. This is a form with green long leaves, originating from Ethiopia or Eritrea. There are some similar plants in Somalia with shorter grayer leaves. Fan-shaped succulent with distichously arrangedthick leaves, of a bright blue-green. Slow growing and still very uncommon in the trade.
Hard to find agave native to a group of islands in the lesser Caribbean islands. It is definitely a winner, with a nicely shaped rosette of bright green S-shaped leaves with red toothed margins. It is a tropical species and should be kept above 8 C and protected from frost or hail.
Fabulous tropical foliage from a cold-hardy Canna! Up to 2 meters in height, with large bold erect leaves, with wavy margins. Leaf colour is absolutely vibrant, glossy red, burgundy, and dark green. It is reminiscent of the famed tropical Heliconia indica with red foliage.
Magnificent ornamental heliconia, native to the rainforests of the Caribbean, and Northern South America. It produces rich red bracts with yellow-green lips in summer and grows to 2,5-3 m tall. "Lobster Claw One" is a classic selected clone of Heliconia bihai with deep red bracts.
This variegated Canna selected in Germany produces leaves variably variegated with stripes of different shades of white. Also the flowers are often variegated! It loves moisture and can reach anything between 1 and 3 m in height, depending on the length of your growing season.
Fast growing tropical shrub of the coffee family with large ornamental leaves and unusual bumpy white fruits called "noni", reputedly good for health. Potted plants can be pruned back in winter and will fruit in late summer.
Las bromelias son plantas pequeñas de belleza extraordinaria. Viven generalmente en zonas inestables (sobre piedras o ramas). Por esto se adaptan bien a vivir en macetas.Existen alrededor de 3.000 especies de bromelias; la mayoría son tropicales. Sin embargo, algunas proceden de lugares fríos y soportan incluso heladas. Aquí les ofrecemos algunas especies...
Las Bromelias son plantas ornamentales de origen tropical. Muy pocas especies resisten al frío e incluso a las heladas. Por ser poco comunes en cultivo y muy resistentes al frío, en Canarius les proponemos Bromelias como: Deuterocohnia chlorantha, Aechmea blumenavii, Hechtia tillandsioides o Billbergia sp. Suculenta.