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Bromeliads
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Acanthostachys strobilacea

A species bromeliad endemic to Brazil, Paraguay & Argentina.
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Aechmea aff. seideliana

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Aechmea 'Ares'

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Aechmea 'Aztec Gold'

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Aechmea 'Baton'

Large growing Aechmea to 40 cm tall.  Hybridises Vic Przetocki from Western Australia (nudicaulis 'Albomarginate' x fasciata var. purpurea. Attractive red & yellow inflorescence.
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Aechmea 'Big Stuff'

Aechmea 'Blue Cone'

Lovely cultivar of Aechmea cylindrata - smaller growing Aechmea.

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Aechmea 'Brasilia'

Aechmea 'Brazil'

 Dark maroon foliage

Aechmea capixabae

Bright orange, long lasting inflorescence.

Aechmea carvalhoi

Delicate species Aechmea endemic to Brazil

Aechmea 'Clara'

A white flowering form of fasciata originally from Deroose Bromeliads in Holland. 

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Aechmea 'Cold Snap'

Aechmea correia-araujoi

Lovely medium growing species Aechmea with lime green leaves with dark markings.

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Aechmea 'Costa Rica'

This is a cultivar of Aechmea nudicaulis.
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Aechmea cylindrata

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Aechmea cylindrata Variegated

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Aechmea 'Dart'

Aechmea dealbata

Commonly known as Silver Jewel, this medium growing species Aechmea has an upright habit. The leaves have a purple brown undersurface with silver banding. The silver/gray flower spike has bright red & purple petals. 

Aechmea 'Del Mar'

Cobalt blue, white & hot pink bloom

Aechmea disticantha

Large growing species Aechmea native to Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay & Uruguay. Bright pink inflorescence with purple flowers.

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Aechmea disticantha Albomarginated

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Aechmea 'Dwarf Black'

Aechmea 'Echidna'

Smaller growing Aechmea - stiff silver barred leaves & an attractive apricot & yellow flower spike. 

Aechmea fasciata variegated

The variegated form of this well known species Aechmea which is native to the area of Rio de Janiero, Brazil (500-1500 metres).

Aechmea fendleri

A large growing species with pink tinged foliage & a stunning tall purple & red inflorescence.

Aechmea 'Fireman Sam'

Medium sized bromeliad with tall pink flower spike. 

Aechmea 'Golden Beads'

 Lovely yellow & blue inflorescence

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Aechmea 'Graceful'

Cultivar of Aechmea organensis

Aechmea 'Inca'

Large, red-pink inflorescence

Aechmea 'J C Superstar'

Large growing Aechmea - pink leaves with paler barring & tall branched yellow & pink flower spike.

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Aechmea lamarchei

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Aechmea longifolia

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Aechmea 'Makoyana'

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Aechmea 'Mary Brett'

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Aechmea 'MEND'

Aechmea miniata var. discolor

Lovely smaller growing Aechmea species from Brazil. 

Aechmea 'Minuta'

This small plant has leaves coloured with pink, copper & red shades. The inflorescence which resembles a bottle brush is bright red & yelow.

Clumps well. Full sun.



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Aechmea napoensis

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Aechmea 'Nigre Nudicaulis'

Rusty coloured tubular foliage with bright red & yellow flower spike

Aechmea nudicaulis var. aequalis

Lovely smaller growing species Aechmea which is native to central eastern Brazil up to 1800 metres. 

Aechmea nudicaulis variegated

Beautiful species Aechmea with variegated yellow & green leaves & a tall yellow & red inflorescence. 

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Aechmea organensis

Aechmea pectinata

Species Aechmea native to south eastern Brazil which is both terrestrial & epiphytic. Medium-sized plant with a loose open rosette of mottled green leaves which colour pink irregularly when approaching flowering.

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Aechmea pectinata Hawaiian Form

Smaller clone

Aechmea 'Purple Gem'

Purple tinged leaves & a flower spike with purple berries 

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Aechmea racinae

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Aechmea racinae var. tubiformis

Aechmea ramosa

Large growing bromeliad which has a long lasting, branched inflorescence with golden/yellow berries. 

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Aechmea recurvata

Aechmea recurvata var ortgiesii

Small species Aechmea with red tinged leaves in good light which is native to Southern Brazil & adjacent countries.

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Aechmea recurvata var. benrathii

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Aechmea retusa

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Aechmea roberto-seidelii

Aechmea smithiorum

Large growing species Aechmea native to the Caribbean. 

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Aechmea 'Smokey'

This is a cultivar of Aechmea nudicaulis

Aechmea strobilina

Species Aechmea with tightly closed rosette of stiff, light green leaves & an attractive pink inflorescence. Native to eastern Panama.

Aechmea tessmannii

Barring on the leaves is complemented by a large, colourful, long lasting inflorescence. Epiphytic species native to the Amazon region of Colombia, Ecuador & Peru.

Aechmea victoriana

Small growing species Aechmea which looks great grown as an epiphyte. Endemic to Brazil. 

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Aechmea warasii

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Aechmea warasii var intermedia

Aechmea weilbachii forma leodiensis

This form of the species weilbachii has bronze colour on the underside of the leaves. It is native to Eastern Brazil. 

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Aechmea weilbachii forma pendula

Aechmea 'Zebra'

Small growing Aechmea with striped leaves. Clumps quickly. 

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Ananas 'Lava Burst'

Hawaiian import
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Canistropsis billbergioides Rubra

Canistropsis 'Citron'

Lovely small, shade loving bromeliad with a lemon inflorescence (cultivar of Canistropsis billbergioides). Endemic to Brazil.

Canistropsis 'Guava'

Lovely small, shade loving bromeliad with pink flower spike & green leaves (cultivar of Canistropsis billbergioides). Endemic to Brazil. 

Canistropsis 'Mandarin'

A lovely small, shade loving bromeliad with an orange/red inflorescence. The leaves are green tinged with dark purple. Cultivar of Canistropsis billbergioides. Endemic to Brazil.

Canistropsis microps

Species Canistropsis native to Brazil with red inflorescence & white petals. For the COLLECTOR. Needs shade.

Canistropsis 'Persimmon'

Lovely small shade loving bromeliad with orange inflorescence (cultivar of Canistropsis billbergioides). Endemic to Brazil.

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Canistropsis 'Plum'

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Canistropsis 'Tamarillo'

Canistropsis 'Tutti Frutti'

A lovely small, shade loving bromeliad with a flower spike that is orange flushed with mulberry. Cultivar of Canistropsis billbergioides. Endemic to Brazil. 

Canistrum aurantiacum

Very attractive, large growing species Canistrum - light green leaves tinged with orange when mature. Red & yellow cup shaped inflorescence. Endemic to Brazil.

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Canistrum 'Big Emma'

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Canistrum triangulare

Small species Canistrum that is native to Brazil. Dark spines & a bright red inflorescence make this a very attractive plant.

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Catopsis aff. morreniana

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Dyckia 'Yellow Glow

Dyckia brevifolia hybrid
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Fosterella spectabilis

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Hohenbergia leopoldo-horstii

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Neoglaziovia variegata

One of only three species in the Neoglaziovia genus
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Nidularium atalaiaense

Attractive medium growing species nidularium native to Brazil

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Nidularium camposportoi

Nidularium 'Chantrieri'

Faintly mottled leaves with a purple underside -  bright pink inflorescence.  

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Nidularium ferdinando-coburgii

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Nidularium innocentii

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Nidularium 'Leprosa'

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Nidularium 'Lineatum'

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Nidularium 'Litmus'

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Nidularium procerum

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Nidularium rubens

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Nidularium 'Rutilan Regal'

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Nidularium species collected in the wild by Logue

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Nidularium 'Spotty'

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Orthophytum 'Copper Penny'

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Orthophytum 'Fire & Ice'

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Orthophytum glabrum

Species endemic to Brazil
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Orthophytum 'Gold Dust'

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Orthophytum harleyi

Endemic to the Atlantic Forest in southeastern Brazil
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Orthophytum 'Iron Ore'

Orthophytum navioides

Before the initiation of flowering, the leaves change from green to deep red. 

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Orthophytum 'Roberto Menescal'

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Orthophytum saxicola

Endemic to the Atlantic Forest in southeastern Brazil
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Orthophytum 'Snowflake'

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Orthophytum 'Stellar Beauty'

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Orthophytum 'Warren Loose'

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Orthophytum 'What'

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Pitcairnia carinata

Species endemic to Brazil
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Pitcairnia flammea

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Pitcairnia imbricata

Species endemic to Mexico
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Pitcairnia maidifolia

Species endemic to central America & northern South America
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Pitcairnia 'Tangerine Dancer'

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Portea kermesina

Species Portea endemic to the Atlantic Rainforest & Bahia in South Eastern Brazil.
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Quesnelia arvensis

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Quesnelia augusto-coburgii

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Quesnelia edmundoi var. rubrobracteata

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Quesnelia 'Farro'

Variegated form of Quesnelia testudo
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Quesnelia indecora

A must to complete the collection of the Quesnelia enthusiast.  Quesnelia indecora is endemic to coastal Brazil.

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Quesnelia lateralis

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Quesnelia liboniana

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Tillandsia fasciculata x tricolor

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Tillandsia kirchhoffiana

Tillandsia leboldiana

The inflorescence is noteworthy for its long, deep red primary bracts. 

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Tillandsia punctulata

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Tillandsia 'Tanya Maree'

Small form of Tillandsia punctulata
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Wallisia 'Sandy'

Formerly a Tillandsia
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xAndrolaechmea 'O'Rourke'

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xBillmea 'Red October'

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xBiltanthus 'Red Burst'

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xCanmea 'Nani Ko'olau'

Lisa Vinzant hybrid - Hawaii
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xGuzvriesea 'Happa'

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xGuzvriesea 'Surprise'

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xNeomea 'Caribbean Queen'

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xPortemea 'Luis Ariza Julia'

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xSincoregelia 'Andromeda'

Lisa Vinzant hybrid - Hawaii

Formerly called xNeophytum

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xSincoregelia 'Firecracker'

Formerly called xNeophytum
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xSincoregelia 'Gary Hendrix'

Formerly called xNeophytum
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xSincoregelia 'George H Anderson'

Formerly called xNeophytum
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xSincoregelia 'Lymanii'

Formerly called xNeophytum
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xSincoregelia 'Plum Crazy'

Formerly xNeophytum
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xSincoregelia 'Ralph Davis'

Formerly called xNeophytum
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xSincorphytum 'Blaze'

Formerly classified as an Orthophytum
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xVriecantarea 'Golden King' #2

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