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Bromeliad (unknown variety)

  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2016
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janie

Love these. I would like more. Plenty of space to put them. They look great growing on trees.

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brightcolours

#bromeliad #bicolour

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Muzz67

Whoa nice .....too lovely my addiction apart from succulents 😊

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Shephes

You will. They do multiply

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  • Season Icon Mid WinterMid Winter 2016
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janie

Waiting to be planted.

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brightcolours

#bromeliad #mondograss

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  • Season Icon Mid AutumnMid Autumn 2016
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krishnahairdo

How dainty

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plants

@ janie thats the best one yet , stunning do you know the name for i would like to buy that one .

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brightcolours

#plantID_bromeliad #bromeliad

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janie

Sorry @plants a lot of the plants or varieties that I have been posting are new to me. I have spent most of my gardening life in New South Wales and Victoria. If my life was a bit more settled I would enjoy so much to do more research. I feel like I'm more reliant on the Queensland app users for plant identification.

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janie

@plants will let you know if I find out the variety😄

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daledixon

Aechmea #Bromeliaceae. Not sure of species.

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brightcolours

#plantid-bromeliad @bel @leisel

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leisel

http://www.bromeliads.info/brom-types/ sorry not too good with identifying broms. @janie not sure if posted link might help

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