We apologize, due to the massive amount of orders received in a very short time we will be temporarily closed beginning Tuesday May 3 2022 to make certain all of your orders are promptly shipped to their destinations.
We will be reopening in mid to late May 2022 once all orders have been shipped to their destinations. We will be offering many more tropicals from the collection in addition to new items and several one of a kind varieties of variegated musa.

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Shipping - due to the massive amount of orders being received we may temporarily close again to make certain all of your orders are promptly shipped to their destinations.
The last of the orders placed April 18 - May 3 2022 are expected to be shipped by May 19. Delivery time on new orders is expected to be 2-4 weeks.    Thank You For Your Support.

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Shipping -The last remaining orders placed thru May 3 2022 are expected to be shipped by May 19. Delivery time on new orders is expected to be 2-3 weeks.    Thank You For Your Support.
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Massive Queen of the Andes (puya raimondii)

$38.99

This largest and most magnificent of all Bromeliads is native to the barren highlands of the Andes in Bolivia and Peru between 3200 and 4800 m. It forms a giant rosette of stiff, broad leaves atop a stout trunk to 7 feet tall. The remarkable flower spike appears after 80 or more years of vegetative growth and can reach about 25 feet tall. It adapts relatively well to warm temperate climates without extremes of heat or cold in USDA Zones 9 and 10.

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