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bromelia

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Bromeliads
... decorative foliage, flowers, and fruit year round. Some bromeliads tolerate low temperatures. The graceful, spiny Bromelia pinguin survives north Florida conditions, provided it is grown in a protected area. However, extreme ...
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Bromeliaceae
... Bromeliaceae Bromelia balansae Mez Bromeliaceae Le Bromeliaceae sono una grande e importante famiglia originaria delle aree tropicali ...
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Tico Ethnobotanical Dictionary -- F
... , Achras, Acrocomia, Aechmea, Anacardium, Ananas, Annona, Anthurium, Ardisia, Aristolochia, Astrocaryum, Averrhoa, Bactris, Beilschmiedia, Bellucia, Borojoa, Bromelia, Brosimum, Bunchosia, Byrsonima, Calocarpum, Campomanesia, Carica, Casearia, Casimiroa, Cassia, Cavendishia, Celtis, Ceratonia, Cholorophora, Chomelia, Chrysobalanus ...
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Tico Ethnobotanical Dictionary -- O
... R S T U V W X Y Z Oa: Bromelia (Cu) Oabo: Calocarpum (P) Oak: Quercus (E) Oats: Avena (E) Oba: Bromelia (Cu); Zea (Cu) Obango: Jessenia (C) Ochi: Musa (Cu ...
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Fotos de plantas
... detalles y las iremos incluyendo en este apartado. Flor de Lys Lírio cárdeno Lírio amarillo Bromelia Flor de la pasión Cicas Begonia Cereza Rododendro Lirio de los Pirineos Foto de jardin ...
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Cactus and Succulent Society of America - Journal 2006 No 1
... : Hechtia Kenneth Quinn Succulent and Xeromorphic Bromeliads of Brazil Part 2: Orthophytum horridum, Dyckia paucispina, & Bromelia estevesii Pierre J Braun & Eddie Esteves Pereira Observations on three poorly known aloes from Eritrea ...
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USF Botanical Gardens - Gardens Guide
... ). In the Bromeliad Garden, one will find a variety of cultivated genera, such as Aechmea, Bromelia, Guzmania, Neoregelia and Vriesea. Bromeliads are grown mostly for their handsome foliage and showy inflorescences ...
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PINEAPPLE Fruit Facts
... , Nanas, Pina. Related Species: Pina de Playon (Ananas bracteatus). Distant affinity: Pingwing (Aechmea magdalenae), Pinguin (Bromelia pinguin), Pinuela (Karatas plumier). Origin: The pineapple is native to southern Brazil and Paraguay where ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... 1988 #1, p 29 BREADNUT See Breadfruit BREADNUT, MAYAN See Brosium alicastrum BREADROOT - Psoralea esculenta BROMELIA BALANSAE This relative of the pineapple looks like a pineapple and suckers readily. The flesh ... as tightly placed, the ovaries being separate rather than fused. Bromelias are quite cold tolerant. BROMELIA KARATAS Similar to the above plant but the whole plant is compressed to ground ...
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Phoenix Fruit Trees, Plants and Spice Garden
... bilimbi (Bilimbi, Cucumber Tree, Pickle Fruit) Averrhoa carambola (Star Fruit, Carambola) Blighia sapida (Akee, Ackee) Bromelia pinguin (Pinguin, Piñuela) Byrsonima crassifolia (Golden Spoon, Nance) Byrsonima spicata (Maricao) Carica papaya (Papaya) Carissa ...
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