BROMELIADS

     Bromeliads in the family of Bromeliaceae are native to the tropics of both North and South America.  One half are epiphytes (plants that use a tree or another plant as a base and the rest are terrestrials (growing on the ground) or saxicolous  (growing on rocks).  These plants add a tropical flair to any room and are easy to grow.  They are usually pest free and come in a great variety of blooms.  Most form pups or offsets at the base so that when the mother plant dies and new plant is already formed.  

GUZMANIA

     The bloom on a Guzmania last 12-16 weeks and is on a average of 24-28"  This plant is grown for it's showy flower-heads that comes in a variety of beautiful colors.  Kept in an enviroment of 65 to 80 degrees you will have a long lasting.

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PUMA GOLD

CHERRY

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GWENDOLYN

NEON

 

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