To see more of what gardeners are doing, visit our hosts, Carol, at May Dreams Gardens and Pam at Digging who hosts Foliage Follow-up. These bromeliads can fit into both posts this time around. DIGGING and MAY DREAMS GARDENS are on my sidebar favorites and always fun to visit.
Happy GBBD & FOLIAGE FOLLOW-UP!
Neoregelia 'Florida Red Bands'
(protect from frost or it will be lost!)
Neoregelia hybrid. I like the apple green with pink tips!
Neoregelia with three colors. These become stronger in cooler weather.
One of my favorite purple Neoregelias.
Neoregelia 'Vulcan' hybrid. I love the speckles.
My favorite variegated Neoregelia.
A miniature Neoregelia mixes well with variegated Arrowleaf.
Neoregelia hybrid. The cooler weather gives it that reddish blush.
A red blushed Neoregelia with variegated Alstroemeria.
I bought this one at a Bromeliad Society sale and it was considered a failed hybrid. I love it since it grows very quickly and has some frost tolerance.
I hope you think about adding some of these easy to grow plants into your garden or indoors. They make great houseplants as long as you keep them filled with water.
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