2. Spring comes early every year for Plantscape Designs Inc. and for our Boston office plant customers.
3 .Bromeliads are a varied group of organisms, adapted to a number of climates. Foliage take different shapes, from needle thin to broad and flat, symmetrical to irregular, spiky and soft. The foliage, which usually grows in a rosette, is the most widely patterned and colored of any plant in the world. Leaf colors range from maroon, through shades of green, to gold.
4. Varieties may have leaves with red, yellow, white and cream variegations. Others may be spotted with purple, red, or cream, while others have different colors on the tops and bottoms of the leaves for your plantsboston offices..
5. The inflorescence produced by bromeliads are also regarded as considerably more diverse than any other plant family. Some flower spikes may reach 10 meters tall while others only measure 2–3 mm across. Upright stalks may be branched or simple with spikes retaining their color from two weeks up to twelve months, depending on species. In some species the flower remains unseen, growing deep in the base of the plants. Visit our PDIPLANTSBlog.com for more info.
At Plantscape Designs Inc. we use bromeliads of every color and size in our monthly interiorscape indoor flowering programs within the Waltham, Ma office locations.