Tropiflora was established in 1976. Specializing in rare and exotic plants, featuring bromeliads, and includes orchids, cycads, caudiciforms, succulents, ferns, palms and more. Tropiflora maintains the largest variety of bromeliads, especially Tillandsias, available in the USA. Our stock of exotic plants runs well over 7000 varieties, with an inventory in excess of one million five hundred thousand plants. Tropiflora’s plants come from around the world, many of which were collected as seeds and cuttings on over 100 collecting expeditions, spanning over 35 years and over twenty-seven countries. Linda and Dennis both make frequent forays to the world’s wild places in search of new plant treasures, which are then painstakingly cultivated and propagated for the collector market. Most of our stock is produced at Tropiflora, the rest being imported from other nurseries in various countries abroad. Tropiflora clientele run the gamut from interiorscapers and landscapers to serious collectors and hobbyists. Most sales are by mail order and plants are daily shipped worldwide. Live arrival and complete satisfaction is guaranteed or money refunded. Customer satisfaction is a goal and Tropiflora is constantly striving to find better ways to serve its customers. Tropiflora recently supplied the anchor collection of plants to the new ‘Gardens by the Bay’ project in Singapore. We supplied and shipped over 300,000 bromeliads and succulent plant specimens to Singapore for the project. Tropiflora maintains a comprehensive website; www.tropiflora.com, which has color photos, cultural information and much more for all the plant varieties that we offer. Visitors are welcome at Tropiflora, which has become a Mecca for serious collectors and lovers of unusual flora. Don’t be in a hurry! It will take many hours to peruse miles of isles in over 200,000 square feet of greenhouses. Tropiflora’s knowledgeable staff, most of whom are veterans of collecting expeditions to exciting tropical countries, can answer your most detailed questions. We also host two festivals each year, our spring festival on the first weekend of April and fall festival the first weekend of October, both of which attract thousands of plant enthusiasts.