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Our selection of Bromeliads - including Aechmea, Alcantarea, Guzmania, Neoregelia, and Vriesia.
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Aechmea 175mm AEC175
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Aechmea 175mm
AEC175
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Aechmea are beautiful flowering plants from the Bromeliad family, commonly known as the Urn Plant due to it's arching leaves in the shape of an Urn. With an exotic pink flowering bract, small blue flowers and tough, leathery, silver and green foliage, they make for a stunning indoor plant. They can be used outdoors, however they should only receive bright indirect sunlight as direct sunlight can damage the foliage. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Aechmea 200mm AEC200
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Aechmea 200mm
AEC200
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Aechmea are beautiful flowering plants from the Bromeliad family, commonly known as the Urn Plant due to it\'s arching leaves in the shape of an Urn. With an exotic pink flowering bract, small blue flowers and tough, leathery, silver and green foliage, they make for a stunning indoor plant. They can be used outdoors, however they should only receive bright indirect sunlight as direct sunlight can damage the leaves. It\'s important to keep the \'central vase\' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it\'s a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Alcantarea imperialis Rubra 200mm ALCIMPRUB200
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Alcantarea imperialis Rubra 200mm
ALCIMPRUB200
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Alcantarea imperialis Rubra are a tough, exotic-looking Bromeliad with a large rosette shape, eventually growing to be 1.5 metres wide and up to 1.5 metres tall. They have broad grey leaves with a maroon underside, with the colour going a much deeper red in colder (frost-free) climates. After around 10-20 years they will produce a large red flower spike, with small, fragrant yellow flowers on each bract; this spike can grow up to 3 metres tall. Rubra are well suited to most conditions and are commonly used indoors, under cover on balconies/patios and even in the garden in full sun. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Alcantarea imperialis Rubra 330mm ALCIMPRUB330L
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Alcantarea imperialis Rubra 330mm
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Alcantarea imperialis Rubra are a tough, exotic-looking Bromeliad with a large rosette shape, eventually growing to be 1.5 metres wide and up to 1.5 metres tall. They have broad grey leaves with a maroon underside, with the colour going a much deeper red in colder (frost-free) climates. After around 10-20 years they will produce a large red flower spike, with small, fragrant yellow flowers on each bract; this spike can grow up to 3 metres tall. Rubra are well suited to most conditions and are commonly used indoors, under cover on balconies/patios and even in the garden in full sun. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Guzmania 100mm GUZ100
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Guzmania 100mm
GUZ100
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Guzmania are one of the best and easiest Bromeliads to grow indoors, and with a range of colours they provide a tropical look year-round. They have long, strappy green leaves, large colourful rosette shaped bracts and in time will produce small white flowers. Guzmania thrive on bright, indirect sunlight but will be fine if placed in low or artificial light. When fully grown they can reach up to 60cm high and 60cm wide. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it\'s a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Guzmania 140mm GUZ140
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Guzmania 140mm
GUZ140
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Guzmania are one of the best and easiest Bromeliads to grow indoors, and with a range of colours they provide a tropical look year-round. They have long, strappy green leaves, large colourful rosette shaped bracts and in time will produce small white flowers. Guzmania thrive on bright, indirect sunlight but will be fine if placed in low or artificial light. When fully grown they can reach up to 60cm high and 60cm wide. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Guzmania 175mm GUZ175
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Guzmania 175mm
GUZ175
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Guzmania are one of the best and easiest Bromeliads to grow indoors, and with a range of colours they provide a tropical look year-round. They have long, strappy green leaves, large colourful rosette shaped bracts and in time will produce small white flowers. Guzmania thrive on bright, indirect sunlight but will be fine if placed in low or artificial light. When fully grown they can reach up to 60cm high and 60cm wide. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Neoregelia 140mm NEOMIX140
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Neoregelia 140mm
NEOMIX140
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Neoregelia are a beautiful, easy care indoor plant from the Bromeliad family; having a huge amount of variation and colours. Mass-planting a number colours together can create a terrific contrasting tropical garden. Neoregelia produce small blue or white flowers which typically don't extend past the 'central vase' of the plant, however the stunning foliage more than make up for their lack of flower spike/bract that is typical forthe majority of Bromeliads. While they can handle low-light conditions, their foliage will adopt a far more vivid, bright colour if given bright, indirect sunlight. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Neoregelia 175mm NEO175
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Neoregelia 175mm
NEO175
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Neoregelia are a beautiful, easy care indoor plant from the Bromeliad family; having a huge amount of variation and colours. Mass-planting a number colours together can create a terrific contrasting tropical garden. Neoregelia produce small blue or white flowers which typically don't extend past the 'central vase' of the plant, however the stunning foliage more than make up for their lack of flower spike/bract that is typical forthe majority of Bromeliads. While they can handle low-light conditions, their foliage will adopt a far more vivid, bright colour if given bright, indirect sunlight. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Vriesea 100mm VRI100
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Vriesea 100mm
VRI100
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Vriesea are one of the most common indoor plant from the Bromeliad family, with a vast array shapes and colours. They have long, strappy green leaves and distinctive sword-like flower spikes in a variety of colours. Vriesea thrive on bright, indirect sunlight; but will also tolerate low-light conditions. When fully grown they can reach up to 60cm high and 60cm wide. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Vriesea 140mm VRI140
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Vriesea 140mm
VRI140
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Vriesea are one of the most common indoor plant from the Bromeliad family, with a vast array shapes and colours. They have long, strappy green leaves and distinctive sword-like flower spikes in a variety of colours. Vriesea thrive on bright, indirect sunlight; but will also tolerate low-light conditions. When fully grown they can reach up to 60cm high and 60cm wide. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.
Vriesea Mixed 175mm VRIMIX175
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Vriesea Mixed 175mm
VRIMIX175
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Vriesea are one of the most common indoor plant from the Bromeliad family, with a vast array shapes and colours. They have long, strappy green leaves and distinctive sword-like flower spikes in a variety of colours. Vriesea thrive on bright, indirect sunlight; but will also tolerate low-light conditions. When fully grown they can reach up to 60cm high and 60cm wide. It's important to keep the 'central vase' topped up with water; however, if left for too long the water can stagnate, so it's a good idea to empty and replace the water each month or so.

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