Aechmea 'Orangeade' (Aechmea blanchetiana)
Attractive orange foliage with red tips stands out in full sun. A flower stalk which emerges from the tight center rosette of leaves when the plant matures is composed of a cluster of red and yellow showy bracts. It is the long-lasting bracts that are most noticeable. They can be used as cut flowers indoors for a period of weeks.
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Aechmea 'Silver Vase' (Aechmea fasciata primera)
The silver foliage of this bromeliad gives it the name 'Silver Vase'. This is the thornless variety and it's striking pink flower can last 6 months or longer. Perfect as a houseplant.
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Alcantarea ' Volcano Mist' (Alcantarea sp.)
Volcano Mist is a unique cultivar that grows up to 8 ft in diameter. Plum tipped leaves and blue-green foliage near the center of this bromeliad stands out in a sunny spot in the landscape. When mature, this variety sends up a rich purple flower stock up to 3 feet tall.
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Alcantarea 'Odorata' (Alcantarea odorata)
This Alcantarea is another giant Bromeliad.  It can reach a size of 6 feet wide.  A young plant has slender pale green with silver leaves.  The leaves on a mature plant become covered with a silvery white powder.
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Alcantarea Julietta (P) (Alcantarea Hyb.)
With beautiful frosted plum foliage, this Alcantarea specimen is great for any entryway and can grow to a large size.
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Guzmania 'Alerta' (Guzmania 'Alerta')
Fuchsia flower stalk and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Diane' (Guzmania 'Diane')
Short yellow flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Focus' (Guzmania Focus)
Red and orange flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Hilda' (Guzmania Hilda)
Tall yellow flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Marjan' (Guzmania 'Marjan')
Orange and yellow flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Michel' (Guzmania 'Michel')
Rich orange flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Passion' (Guzmania 'Passion')
Hot pink flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Rana' (Guzmania 'Rana')
Red-orange flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Violet Queen' (Guzmania Violet Queen)
Bright violet flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Guzmania 'Zamora' (Guzmania Zamora)
Pointy red flower bracts and glossy and strap-like leaves grow in a rosette form. Flowers last between 2 and 4 months before needing replacement. Older blooms are great for cut flowers too.
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Neoregelia 'Candy Apple' (Neoregelia Candy Apple)
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Neoregelia 'Cosmos' (Neoregelia 'Cosmos')
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Neoregelia 'Fireball' (Neoregelia 'Fireball')
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Neoregelia 'Martin' (Neoregelia 'Martin')
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Neoregelia 'Osser (Neoregelia 'Osser')
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Neoregelia 'Raphael' (Neoregelia 'Raphael')
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Neoregelia 'Sheba' (Neoregelia 'Sheba')
The Sheba hybrid bromeliad grows into clumps. with green leaves edged with wide ivory-white bands. In the heat of summer, pink blush appears on the upper leaves and the center of the plant rosette turns red when a mature blooms in late spring or early summer.
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Neoregelia 'Shocking Pink' (Neoregelia Shocking Pink)
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Pineapple (Ananas Comosus)
The Ananas Comosus is a tropical plant with fruit.
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Pink Earth Star (Crypthanthus Pink Starlight)
Pink Starlight is a Crypthanthus (which means hidden flower) and one of the mostly terristrial bromeliads.  It prefers to grow in slightly moister conditions than Neoregelia or Aechmea and will stay quite small.  What makes it special is it's great color.  Good in minature gardens, habitats for frogs and makes a nice low table plant.
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Tillandsia 'Cyanea' (Tillandsia 'Cyanea')
The Tillandsia Cyanea or Pink Quill is a species of flowering plant in the bromeliad family, subfamily Tillandioideae.  The Tillandsia Cyanea is amonth the most commonly cultivated bromeliad species.  The foliage grows in a rosette of thin, recurved leaves and the a plume of pink or red bracts from which violet flowers emerge.
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Tillandsia 'Funckiana' (Tillandsia 'Funckiana')
The Tillandsia Funckiana is native to Venezuela and is one of the most exquisite and interesting of the Tillandsia family.  It can grown to a large clump which will produce a bright red flower.
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Tillandsia Airplant Asst'd (Tillandsia Airplant Asst'd)
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Tillandsia Spanish Moss (Tillandsia Spanish Moss)
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Vriesea 'Ella' (Vriesea 'Ella')
This small stature bromeliad plant produces a brilliant, fire engine red flower spike.  The branching spike will provide weeks and weeks of pleasure to any plant lover.  The easy care enables even a novice "green thumb" to have a satisfying experience.Care Instructions: Prefers light shade or filtered light.  Does well indoors with temperatures between 55-80 degrees and some slight humidity.Water when the soil is dry.  Water will naturally collect in the 'vase' of the plant.  If you are growing the plant indoors, flush the old water out of the vase to keep it from stagnating. Light liquid feed may be given occassionally.
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Vriesea 'Robin' (Vriesea Robin)
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Vriesea 'Splenriet' (Vriesea 'Splenriet')
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Vriesea Foliage 'Hybrid' (Vriesea Foliage)
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Werauhia 'Sanguinolenta' (Werauhia Sanguinolenta)
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