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Bromeliads


Bromeliads are members of a large flowering-plant family Bromeliaceae. There are more than 3000 species and 56 genera in this family. Members of this family range from epiphtes (such as tank bromeliads and Spanish moss) to ground plants (such as pinapples and puya).

Bromeliads in the conservatory:
Bromeliads in other parts of the Huntington garden:
Puya venusta
Pitcairnioideae
Dyckia fosteriana
Pitcairnioideae
Abromeitiella lotteae
Bromelioideae


To learn more about bromeliads, go to Bromeliad Society International .

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