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Bromeliads in Ft Lauderdale are like no other at Grant's Farm Nursery. You could be an enthusiastic landscaper or a popular garden center, either way, our Bromeliads will get you excited! We even ship our plants throughout the country.
Bromeliads are perfect for your project including landscaping frost-free areas, or grown in containers outside, and moved inside during freezing weather. We are one of the preferred companies with customers such as landscapers, interior decorators, plant brokers, and popular garden centers, Bromeliads originated in the Andean highlands of South America. Did you know that the type of Bromeliads in Ft Lauderdale homes were once found only in royal botanical gardens, or in private greenhouses of wealthy Europeans?
Our Bromeliads in Ft Lauderdale are among the most popular plants these days. The stately plants have wide, strappy green leaves which appear to be lightly powdered, and carry backward-curving spines. The beauty of nature is surely exemplified in the Bromeliad's long-lasting flowering bracts.
In 1959, we opened one of the largest retail nurseries in South Florida, and operated until the late 80's then we became well-known and popular in our field. It's clear that the inception of Bromeliads Plants in Ft Lauderdale and national buyers then began and here we are today.
We transitioned from retail to the selling of wholesale Bromeliads in Ft Lauderdale and throughout the country. We moved to an expansive 22 acre farm, and have been at this location since 1991.
We, the Grant Family, welcome your interest in Wholesale Bromeliads. We are thrilled that you have found us, as your special supplier of Bromeliads! Call or email us for a full price list and inventory of our beautiful Bromeliads.
As a passionate traditional farming family, we actively maintain one of South Florida’s largest and most successful Bromeliads in Ft Lauderdale Nurseries.
Grant's Farm Nursery is located in South Florida and ships Wholesale tropical Bromeliad plants throughout the USA.