Bromeliads Add Color to Your Garden
January 13, 2015
We decorated our Christmas Tree this year for Holiday Nights with 2 types of Neoreglias called ‘Tres Colores’ and ‘Roots and Roots’. It was great fun to see them used in a way we don’t usually use them. We have been planting them in our gardens here at the Edison Ford Winter Estates, but we are offering them to gardeners here in SWFL at Buy One Get One.
There are many types of Bromeliads. You may be familiar with sweet Pineapples-surprise they are a bromeliad or Spanish Moss-those air plants are a bromeliad. Most grow in a semi-shaded area adding great color to your low maintenance garden, but there are a few varieties that need sun to give them the great coloration. Some are grown for their form, for their bloom spikes that can last for months, or or unique colors. Why not add them to your garden this season.