They are just beautiful, such an ornamental plant. There are a lot in my garden too, the lovely old lady who lived here before us was quite a keen gardener, and left us a lovely established collection of bromeliads, gardenia and snowflake. Not things that I would have chosen to plant at all so it's all the nicer that we have something "out of our ordinary"!
Oh, Wow! They are stunning.
Your bromeliads are gorgeous! I mostly get to admire them when I visit hothouses, your photos are like seeing them in person.
So glad Missy had the time to share her favourite flower with us all! These are so different from what I see in my garden. Is that water pooled in the center of the plants?
I love broms too, and guess what? Neos are my faves as well! You have a great collection!
I have a few, but many were damaged over winter. I'm a slow learner! Happily though they are coming back now that I have moved and re-potted or replanted them properly.
Your bromeliads look great... I haven't had any in around 30 years, but find myself developing new interest in houseplants in this climate... there was a time when I had hundreds of houseplants, if not a couple thousand... then I decided that I wanted to let God do the watering and totally devoted myself to the outside gardens. interesting how things go in cycles and maybe it's time for a bromeliad again! Larry
They are amazing! Love the colors.I just saw it at the garden center, I was so tempted to buy it.Thank you for joining the carnival! your pick is great>
I have never really considered bromeliads for the garden. You have some lovely specimens, with surprising colour.
I love them. I bought them and grew them in the ground some years back. They didn't make it. I guess they didn't like clay soil.
Waw, really beautiful pictures.. i really liked.. I will keep coming by to see this wonderful space you have.
Visiting your blog is like taking a tropical vacation. Your garden is phenomenal and I always see and learn about plants I've never seen before!! The bromelaids above only exist here in greenhouses or as house plants in a very warm house. What beautiful plants!! :0)
I would love to know what you think and appreciate your comments.