The pineapples that you eat actually belong to the Bromeliad indoor plant family!

There are Bromeliads with pointed leaves and serrated leaves!

What we tend to call the flowers are actually coloured bracts.  The real Bromeliad flowers are very small.

Get creative with Bromelia this holiday season. Look through the Bromelia Specialist catalogue filled with trendy themes showing the entire selection.

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A dash of color

Bromelia is the perfect plant to brighten up your cold and dark winter days. Watch how well they fit in with all the Christmas decorations. They bloom all year long, so that vibrant Christmas feeling will last all through the winter season.

Not your typical Weihnacht plant

Although the Germans would not consider the Bromelia a typical Christmas plant, their vibrant colours do make them extremely suitable to be used in various Christmas arrangements. Watch as Stefan explains how he used the lushes green and red from the Bromelia to really bring out that Christmas feeling.

Plants are perfect for bringing nature into your living space. Bromelia’s go a step further and bring a piece of the tropics straight to your home. 

We are joined by Stefan from the Sunflower Garden Center, who will show us just how to turn these beautiful Bromelia’s into amazing Christmas decorations. 

Bromelia:
The X-mas surprise

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Get creative with Bromelia this holiday season. Look through the Bromelia Specialist catalogue filled with trendy themes showing the entire selection.

A dash of color

Bromelia is the perfect plant to brighten up your cold and dark winter days. Watch how well they fit in with all the Christmas decorations. They bloom all year long, so that vibrant Christmas feeling will last all through the winter season.

The pineapples that you eat actually belong to the Bromeliad indoor plant family!

There are Bromeliads with pointed leaves and serrated leaves!

What we tend to call the flowers are actually coloured bracts.  The real Bromeliad flowers are very small.

Not your typical Weihnacht plant

Although the Germans would not consider the Bromelia a typical Christmas plant, their vibrant colours do make them extremely suitable to be used in various Christmas arrangements. Watch as Stefan explains how he used the lushes green and red from the Bromelia to really bring out that Christmas feeling.

Plants are perfect for bringing nature into your living space. Bromelia’s go a step further and bring a piece of the tropics straight to your home. 

We are joined by Stefan from the Sunflower Garden Center, who will show us just how to turn these beautiful Bromelia’s into amazing Christmas decorations. 

Bromelia:
The X-mas surprise

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