Every year at the beginning of the summer I pull out all my bromeliads, cut the old plants and replant the new pups. Over the years my collection of bromeliads has grown, making this a two weekend job. Today I started in the back garden, but I had to stop early as the daily thunderstorms arrived.
I know that my collection of bromeliads is taking over my garden. This is to the displeasure of my wife, who is not a fan. Bromeliads are the perfect plants for South Florida gardens, they need little maintenance and they can handle our harsh summer weather. What other plant would give you a couple new pups every year from a mature adult plant. (The reason why they are taking over)
This week at the DragonFly Garden.
The rainy season is here; we are getting rain every day. With the rain comes an explosion of blooms, rain lilies, powderpuff, Mexican flame vine, Rangoon creeper and the buttercup flowers