340 bromeliad Outdoor Design Photos

Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
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tip for bromeliad enthusiasts: Bromeliads can be made to bloom by exposing them to ethylene gas. Place your bromeliad in a clear plastic bag with a ripe apple. Seal the bag well and do not open or remove the plant for two weeks. The apple will give off the ethylene gas, and the bromeliad should flower
the day, bromeliads release oxygen and remove air pollutants during the night. When combined with foliage plants, bromeliads can help provide indoor air purification around the clock. Cautions: None. Bromeliads are considered to be nontoxic. Native environment: South America, from Mexico to Brazil. Great
for Your Bromeliad Temperature: Bromeliads tolerate a wide range of temperatures, with an ideal range of 55 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (13 to 29 degrees Celsius). Light: Bright, filtered or indirect sunlight is best, though the plants are generally tolerant of low-light conditions. Varieties with thick
“fountain” — sptackett
4blue
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Noosa Australia
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tropical Bromeliad garden with a living wall
Bromeliads add a pop of color
I love the grouping of bromeliads
Bromeliad groupings near Koi Pond
Bromeliads on tree bottom
Bromeliad garden...With bromeliads
“Esterno” — Erika Grapiglia
Monica Kovacic
Lower North Shore
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terrestrial bromeliads are adapted to life in the desert (or swamp or jungle floor) and are equipped with wicked-looking spines. As you can see, bromeliads are pretty diverse. Bromeliad shows seem a bit like art galleries, with each specimen more unique and wild than the last. No matter what your favorite
there's a bromeliad with your name on it. There is a handful of species commonly sold as houseplants, but those are just the gateway drug to a trippy journey down the fractal arrangements of the bromeliad's overlapping leaves and blooms. It's as if each spike of flowers is its own colorful blown-glass Dale
Bromeliads have more benefits than just good looks. Vase types attach themselves to trees with their roots but absorb moisture and nutrients from the water collected in their "cups" of watertight leaves; they can be grown in containers, attached to branches or planted in the ground. Tillandsias
“Glass viewing wall for viewing alligators(on the other side of the plants)” — tssquincy
Debra Prinzing
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type of bromeliad, showing amazing colors and forms. Photographed by Debra Prinzing.
Bromeliads like these Neoregelias need tons of direct light to get that coloration. If they don't get enough light, they'll lose their redness and just turn more green. If you're doing this indoors, place them where they can get a lot of sunlight or use metal halide light bulbs.
A rainbow of hot new bromeliad varieties spreads over a wall display by Bullis Bromeliads from Princeton, Florida
hot new bromeliad varieties spreads over a wall display by Bullis Bromeliads from Princeton, Florida. This species is called Neoregelia, and it comes in speckled, splashed, streaked and striped hues.
“Bromeliad wall!” — annlshepp
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
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The bromeliad is an Imperial Bromeliad
Do you mean the larger ones near the pot and behind the chair? If so they are Bromeliads.
"Imperial Bromeliads".
giant bromeliad, bird of paradise
bromeliads in Sydney
Imperial bromeliads
“Cantinho que me encanta!!!” — Maria José Martins Mendes
Tropical Landscape
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Bring houseplants outdoors. This irresistible vignette of bromeliads (Alcantarea imperialis, zones 9b to 11) and tree ferns (Cyathea cooperi, zones 9 to 11) could have been shot in Hawaii
Bring bromeliads outside for the summer.
Bring houseplants outdoors. This irresistible vignette of bromeliads (Alcantarea imperialis, zones 9b to 11) and tree ferns (Cyathea cooperi, zones 9 to
Bromeliads and Tree Ferns--- Shade Planting
Bromeliads and impatient s in pots
vignette of bromeliads (Alcantarea imperialis, zones 9b to 11) and tree ferns (Cyathea cooperi, zones 9 to 11) could have been shot in Hawaii, but this photo was actually taken in Seattle. By staging tropical plants in ceramic urns in staggered heights amidst soft greenery, AHBH Landscape Architecture has
“tropical feel” — artistanita
4blue
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Noosa Australia
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tropical Bromeliad garden with a living wall
Bromeliads for color.
bromeliads around tree base
The bromeliads
“white pool” — nysaleon
ecopacheco
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Coral Gables Green Wall
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How did you attach the Bromeliads to the wall? Beautiful!
wall of bromeliads is an aspiration for a serious collector. You can do something similar on a much smaller scale, and even indoors, once you become well acquainted with the needs of the bromeliad species you'd like to feature.In the meantime, try combining different types and colors of bromeliads into
“Living wall” — Nortyjen Gardner
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