Wow, it’s been a while since we posted. Here are a few snaps from around the place. Keep an eye out for upcoming news. Our next show is in mid-April in Brisbane. Come and visit at the show or give us a call to make an appointment,
We have some beautiful bromeliads in flower this week from neoregelia, alcantarea, aechmea, quesnelia, and canmistrum and many more…
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…
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.
On her trips to Hawaii Cheryl often visited the nursery of Lisa Vanzant.
Not sure whether to give your broms shade or whether they are sun hardy? We provide expert advice with every sale.
Broms look even more beautiful when they are clustered together to show off their colours and shapes. We love grouping them in larger pots, or hanging them on walls.
We love visiting Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Thailand. Their displays are always inspiring us to be more and more creative.
Visit our nursery to see our wonderful bromeliad collection