Plant Sale! Pick up Meridan Plains, 4551 Bromeliads Mixed small varieties established starting at $3 Ribbon Plants $5 established $2 cuttings Pigs Face Succulents $2ea Or make me an offer 🙂
Large yellow/orange bromeliads Will thrive in full sun or shade Starting at $10 Available individually potted or in clumps.
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Large Outdoor Bromeliads
Various varieties of outdoor bromeliads. Most have pups. Small and medium also available . I also have some others that like shade . Small - $5 Medium - $10 Large - $15 I am happy to discount if you get a few Located at Emu Rd Elimbah
BROMELIADS CUTTINGS (EASY TO GROW) $2 EACH. GREAT FOR THE GARDEN
Hi, up for sale are some fantastic BROMELIAD cuttings. We are thinning them out so they would be great for someone starting out. They grow easily in bark mulch and quickly take over as a ground cover. Fantastic around the pool or around the bases of trees or palms. They are $2 per cutting. Please check out my other items
Mini Bromeliad Hanging Baskets (TWO)
1. Palm Fibre with green wire and chain. 2. Black plastic with wire.
Bromeliad Pot Plant
Tiger stripe bromeliad and terracotta ceramic pot.
Bromeliads various types $5 Zygotes cuttings $1 each mainly purple Potted plants $5-10 Pickup only
Bromeliads Aechmea blanchetiana
Very large full sun loving bromeliads (Aechmea blanchetiana). Ready to plant in the ground or large pot. Range in size from 1.2 m to 1.5 m in height. $15 for single plants $20 for plant with pup.
Advanced bromeliad in large pot
Bromeliads Silver Plum
‘Silver Plum’ bromeliads. 3 available, the one that is planted is to show how great they look as a feature in the garden. About 1m tall from ground to top of brom (currently in 300mm pots) about 700mm once planted. These can be a great feature plant or potted plant. Text is preferred contact. $100 each
Large bromeliads in pots ready to go. The first and last images are to show what they can look like (for reference only) if looked after and planted in the right position. These will get even bigger once planted. I suggest a shady spot to get them to go a darker green in colour. They will tolerate full sun however they prefer a part sun part shade position. I have more of these than shown in the photos, these would make a great plant beside the pool or individual feature or just mixed amount th