Wow! That's a beautiful foliage display. I also grow a lot of bromeliads. I'd be interested in the names of those you have in this photo. Do you happen to know?Thanks.David/:0)
My husband has been collecting and growing bromeliads for the past 35 years, and these have been on our deck for quite some time.All I know is that the cluster on the left is some type of aechmea, and the spotted burgundy ones are a billbergia hybrid. Tucked in there are some tillandsia somnians, which grows like a weed here in San Francisco.Wish I had better info for you!
David: Be certain to check out yesterday's post about our weekend garden tour - many great bromeliad shots, as well as a picture of tillandsia somnians growing up the side of our greenhouse.Rose
That is a lovely display of succulents...nice combination of color and texture. Happy FF!
That's gorgeous! I love all your terra cotta pots.
Thanks, Alison - have always loved the rustic look of terra cotta, and plants seem to be able to "breathe" better in them, although they dry out much faster than glazed ceramic - so during warmer months you have to be more vigilant about watering.
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