Aechmea blanchetiana has light green finely serated leaves which deepen to a dark orange with heavier shade.
White and green striped leaves bring a fresh crispness to the garden all year round. Matchstick flowers are blue and pink, and plants steadily offset to fill voids in the garden.
Low maintenance and extremely hardy the Matchstick Bromeliad can grow in depleted soils and heavy shade. Blue and pink flowers bloom in Winter and plants quickly offset to fill voids in the garden.
Tillandsia caput medusae has frosted green leaves which curl into the air like tenticles as they grow longer, which is why it is commonly called the Octopus Plant or Medusa's Head. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.
Tillandsia dura has mid-green leaves that together are shaped like a wave, pushing out from the base and curling up in a compact form as the leaves grow longer. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.
Tillandsia filifolia has fine green leaves with purple inflorecence that spring forth from a central round base. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.
Tillandsia fuchsii variety gracilis has fine grey-green leaves that radiate from a central round base like a pin cushion. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.
This bromeliad is named after its colourful flowers which appear in mid to late Spring. Bracts are bright red and frame the multiple yellow flowers born on a red terminal spike.
A hardy min Neo cultivar with pink-red leaves that enjoys full or part sun. Colour intensifies if grown in more sun.
A small growing Neo cultivar with mottled leaf markings of light green on burgundy-red. Markings strengthen as the leaves age. Best grown in part-shade.
Green leaves with pink tips give the name Painted Fingernail to this bromeliad. Suited to part shade or full shade conditions in the garden, this brom can also be grown successfully indoors, which is sometimes necessary if you live in a region where temperatures drop below 1 degree celsius.
Tillandsia utriculata is the largest species in its genus, growing to around 0.5m high x 1m wide. Floral bracts are erect and dark green with purple margins.
Tillandsia cyanea blooms in the warmer months, producing vivid pink paddle shaped bracts edged with multiple small violet flowers.
Tillandsia Houston has a fountain of densely packed green leaves with a grey sheen. When in flower, the pink bract covered in mini white flowers is stunning.
The fine green leaves on this air plant are light and dance on every breeze making the leaves shine as they catch the light.
Stunning red and purple flowers bloom in late Spring and Summer, rising above the plant to double its height.
Tillandsia streptophylla is one of the larger airplants, it has long curled leaves and stunning frost pink inflorescence when in flower.