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This page was updated on 5/20/15

Bromeliads are a beautiful addition to any
garden or container arrangement.

The Captain and I have taken some awesome garden photos
during recent visits to Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida.

The visits have been breathtaking inspiration for our garden
with all the gorgeous flower beds and containers packed
with blooming bromeliads . . . more to come on my blog
on these beautiful plants. Visit again soon for updates
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Subtropical Gardening . . . a direct link to all
bromeliad articles, photos and videos from our
recent visits to Busch Gardens.

An introduction to the three subfamilies of Bromeliaceae:
Pitcairnoideae, Bromelioideae, and Tillandsioideae

Bromeliad Information
Complete guide to growing bromeliads
from Florida Cooperative Extension Service

Growing Bromeliads
General growing information from the
Bromeliad Society International

Tillandsia Care
Tillandsia International

Bromeliad Photo Index
Florida Council of Bromeliad Society

Bromeliad Photo Index
Florida Council of Bromeliad Society

Bromeliad Society of the Palm Beaches

Bromeliad Society of San Francisco

Bromeliad Society International

Florida Council of Bromeliad Societies

North County Bromeliad Society
(Carlsbad, CA)

Sacramento Bromeliad Society

Tillandsia International
Bromeliad Airplants

Tropflora Online

Bromeliad pages from the Utrecht Botanic Gardens,
Netherlands includes a Bromeliad identification page.

Bromeliad Biota
Very informative Bromeliad website maintained by the
University of Florida Department of Entomology & Nematology.
Discusses pests and some of the animals and plants known to
live or depend on bromeliads as food. Some cause
problems for people, like mosquitoes.

A website written by a Brazilian bromeliad collector which
includes the regional Bromeliad species from South Brazil.

Pineapples and Other Bromeliads
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Save Florida's Native Bromeliads
Describes seed-saving and biological control efforts to
conserve native bromeliads in Florida that are threatened
by an exotic weevil

Symbolism of the Pineapple

Weevils That Eat Bromeliads
The Evil Weevil, by the University of Florida
Department of Entomology & Nematology

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