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Bromeliads

With around 3500 species, the bromeliad family or Bromeliaceae is a fairly large one. Nearly all species are native to the tropical Americas and most are epiphytes, growing on large trees and many on cliffs. They are adapted to a very wide range of habitats, from tropical rainforests to deserts and high elevation grasslands above the tree line. Many species have colorful leaves and are popular ornamentals.

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Aechmea angustifolia
An attractive, usually epiphytic bromeliad native to rainforests in Central and South America between Honduras and Bolivia, usually at low to medium elevations but in Colombia found to 2000 m. It forms an upright rosette of broad, pale green leaves with prickly edges and a long-lasting, very colorfu..
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Aechmea aquilega
A very large bromeliad native to forests from the Caribbean to Central and northern South America, where it is found growing on trees and cliff faces. It has broad, straplike, green leaves with spiny margins and upright, pinkish red inflorescences. Aechmea aquilega makes a bold plant for the tropica..
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Aechmea bracteata
A large, epiphytic bromeliad native to rainforests from eastern Mexico to northwestern Venezuela with broad, tonguelike, green leaves with spiny margins and long, red inflorescences. It makes a bold plant for the tropical garden, where it can be grown on large trees but also on the ground or in cont..
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Aechmea coelestis
A large, epiphytic bromeliad native to the Atlantic Coastal Forest in southeastern and southern Brazil. It has broad, straplike, green leaves with a silvery sheen and smooth margins and produces an upright, pink inflorescence with blue flowers. Aechmea coelestis makes a great ornamental for the trop..
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Aechmea lueddemanniana
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Aechmea mexicana
A large, epiphytic bromeliad, widely distributed but uncommon in deciduous and semideciduous forests between sea level and 1700 m from central Mexico throughout Cental America and south to Ecuador. It has broad, straplike, green leaves with toothed margins and produces an upright, whitish wooly infl..
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Aechmea nudicaulis
A medium-sized bromeliad that is widely distributed as an epiphyte in tropical forests between Mexico, the Caribbean and South America. It forms a rosette of broad, straplike leaves with slightly spiny edges. The arching inflorescence is pink and orange-red. In cultivation it does best in a tropical..
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Aechmea strobilacea – Giant Coning Bromeliad
After Puya raimondii perhaps the worlds second largest bromeliad, this enormous, usually terrestrial bromeliad grows to 4 m tall with a huge rosette of 20 or more narrow, bluish green, ascending leaves with pendulous tips that can reach a length of about 10 m. It produces a short-stalked, club-like,..
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Billbergia amoena
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Billbergia sp. 'Hallelujah x Darth Vader'
Billbergia ssp. 'Hallelujah' and 'Darth Vader' are stunning hybrids with broad, reddish to black, intensely mottled or banded leaves. This is a hybrid between the two cultivars. Seeds from hybrid cultivars will not produce plants identical to the parent but that may be quite variable. This can be a ..
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Bromelia karatas – Plumier's Bromelia
A terrestrial bromeliad, up to 3 m tall, distributed from southern Mexico and the Caribbean south to Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador, where it grows in savannas, scrublands and deciduous forests, at elevations up to 1500 m. It forms rosettes of upright, lanceolate leaves with sharp spines along the mar..
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Bromelia pinguin – Wild Pineapple
This terrestrial bromeliad forms a fairly large rosette of dark green, sword-shaped leaves that are spiny along their edges. The inner leaves turn bright red when the plant produces a compact, pinkish inflorescence that is followed by yellowish fruits that are edible but highly acidic. The Wild Pine..
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Catopsis sessiliflora
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Dyckia encholirioides
A medium-sized, densely clustering, terrestrial bromeliad native to the seashores of southeastern and southern Brazil that forms rosettes of spiky leaves that are light green above and silvery below. The large, well branched inflorescences produce pretty yellowish orange flowers. Hardy to drought an..
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Dyckia frigida
A lovely, small, terrestrial Bromeliad native to Paraná state in Brazil that forms small clusters of bright green rosettes with narrow leaves that are armed along the edges. The inflorescence is upright, sparsely branched and holds orange flowers. It does best in warm temperate climates in USDA Zone..
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Greigia sphacelata – Hardy Pineapple
This large, clustering bromeliad forms rosettes of narrow, leathery leaves with spiny edges and drooping tips. It produces edible and divinely flavored fruits, known as 'chupones' that are said to combine the flavor of pineapple, coconut and kiwi in a single fruit. Native to southern central Chile, ..
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Guzmania lingulata – Scarlet Star
A mostly epiphytic bromeliad that forms a spreading rosette of straplike, green leaves and a short, solitary inflorescence with bright red bracts. Guzmania lingulata is widespread in rainforests from southeastern Mexico and the Caribbean to Bolivia and Brazil, usually between sea level and 1000 m an..
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Guzmania lychnis – Torch of the Paramo
A beautiful, rare terrestrial or sometimes epiphytic bromeliad that forms a moderately large rosette of broad, tongue-shaped leaves and a large, upright inflorescence with overlapping, reddish bracts and smallish yellow flowers. Guzmania lychnis is found in paramo vegetation mainly between 2700 and ..
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Guzmania monostachia
This very attractive bromeliad is widely distributed in forests from Florida to tropical America and produces a compact, upright inflorescence with bright red bracts. Easily cultivated in most tropical climates...
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Guzmania multiflora
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Guzmania nicaraguensis
This stunning bromeliad is native to rainforests and cloud forests in southern Mexico and Central America between 300 and 1600 m and produces a compact, arching inflorescence with bright red bracts and yellow flowers. It is easily cultivated in most tropical climates. ..
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Guzmania palustris – Torch of the Paramo
A beautiful and very rare, terrestrial bromeliad that forms small clusters of Agave-like rosettes with broad, pointed, silvery green to reddish or purplish leaves. The compact, torch-like inflorescence sports broad, red bracts. Guzmania palustris is endemic to paramo shrubland in Colombia's Valle de..
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Guzmania squarrosa
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Hechtia - Dyckia - Deuterocohnia ssp. Mix – Dwarf Bromeliad Mix
A mix of at least 6 unidentified, terrestrial dwarf bromeliads. In cultivation they will do best in drier, warm temperate or tropical climates and can be used as a low-maintenance ground cover, alongside cacti, or as potted plants...
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Hechtia aquamarina
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A beautiful, moderately large, clustering bromeliad that forms neat rosettes of numerous, straight, narrow, pale green to silvery blue leaves that are spiny along the edges. The slender inflorescence can reach to about 3 m tall. Hechtia bracteata is a dominant component of thornscrub vegetation on d..
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Hechtia conzattiana
A stunning, small, clustering, terrestrial bromeliad native to Puebla and Oaxaca in southern Mexico that forms small rosettes of silvery, very spiky leaves. It is best grown on very well drained ground in the warm temperate garden in USDA Zones 9 and above...
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Hechtia galeottii
A small, densely clustering bromeliad that can form large mats of small rosettes with silvery green leaves. Hechtia galeottii is native to northern central Oaxaca, Mexico...
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Hechtia glomerata – Guapilla
An attractive, smallish, terrestrial bromeliad, widely distributed from the southern U.S. throughout Mexico to Guatemala, in canyons, valleys and on steep, rocky slopes. It forms low spreading rosettes with arching leaves to about 40 cm tall, armed with recurved spines, distributed along the margins..
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Hechtia lanata
A beautiful and rare, small, clustering bromeliad with broad pale silvery leaves that narrow to a fine, elegantly recurving tip and are armed along the margins with prominent spines. Hechtia lanata is native to rocky cliffs in southeastern Oaxaca, Mexico...
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Puya weberiana – Pink Puya
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An absolutely spectacular bromeliad from dry, rocky, high elevation grasslands of the Andes in Argentina in the provinces of Salta and Tucumán. It forms a compact rosette of narrow leaves that are li...

Puya alpestris – Sapphire Tower
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This small, clustering bromeliad forms a dense cluster of rosettes with narrow leaves that are grayish below and green above. The club-shaped inflorescences produce many blueish green flowers. Puya al...

Puya raimondii – Queen of the Andes, Giant Bromeliad
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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 s...

Hechtia lanata
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A beautiful and rare, small, clustering bromeliad with broad pale silvery leaves that narrow to a fine, elegantly recurving tip and are armed along the margins with prominent spines. Hechtia lanata is...

Guzmania palustris – Torch of the Paramo
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A beautiful and very rare, terrestrial bromeliad that forms small clusters of Agave-like rosettes with broad, pointed, silvery green to reddish or purplish leaves. The compact, torch-like inflorescenc...

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