Any bromeliad that has fallen over or scale hugged is thrown into the fire pit.
It’s blooming time for this terrestrial bromeliad
Flashback to mid-May 2020. Its a flashback because we discovered this post never got published. One week she was green, and then another week later, this gorgeous little terrestrial brom decided to bloom. But in no time at all she would return to green. She’ll only grow about 15cm tall, likes full sun and slow…
In flower this week at Wildfire Garden
We have some beautiful bromeliads in flower this week from neoregelia, alcantarea, aechmea, quesnelia, and canmistrum and many more…
Sunnybroms Conference at Caloundra
Wildfire Garden Bromeliad Nursery participated in the 19th Australasian Bromeliad Conference.
A Mexican adventure in search of Tilandsias & Orchids
In late May, Cheryl returned from a trip to Mexico where she, along with a group of others from Bromeliad Society international travelled through the states of Oaxaca and Chiapa in search of tilandsias, orchids and cycads growing in their natural environment. Why did you choose this trip? I had travelled to nearby Costa Rica…
A Tropical Affair
It’s time for a Tropical Affair. The event is hosted by the International Cordyline Society and located in the auditorium at Brisbane’s Mount Coot-tha Botanical Gardens. There will be an incredible variety of tropical foliage plants including new releases, rare plants and old favourites offering the quality cordylines, bromeliads, gingers, costas, heliconias, orchids, palms and…
It’s the festive season at Wildfire
It was a sweltering day at Wildfire Garden nursery with the temperature hitting 34 degrees. We still managed to get outside for a little bit for a walk around the garden with Sunny our ridgeback cross.
These beautiful Sincorea are in flower now at Wildfire Garden Nursery.
Wildfire Garden Bromeliad Nursery
Some snaps from around Wildfire Garden Bromeliad Nursery on the Sunshine Coast. Pay us a visit and check out our range for yourself.
Lisa Vinzant’s nursery in Hawaii
On her trips to Hawaii Cheryl often visited the nursery of Lisa Vanzant.
On Cheryl’s wishlist
A little enc. horridum that Cheryl encountered in New Orleans.
BSI Conference in New Orleans
Back in 2010, Cheryl was lucky enough to attend the Bromeliad Society International