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JJT P9 Hunter Bromeliad, Portea in Flower
... The Larnach Family Jon and Jan Townsend : JJT P9 Hunter Bromeliad, Portea in Flower Bromeliads in the Garden JJT P9. Jon and Jan ... great for Bromeliads. Bromeliads along the fence line, here is a Portea petropolitiana var extensa in flower, this area now also forms ... new Balenese Bromeliad garden. See the size of the inflorescence of Portea >>>> View Jon and Jan Townsend This website is sponsored by ...
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PVG P92 Hunter Bromeliad, Portea Fosteriana under the tree
... Bromeliad, Portea Fosteriana under the tree Home About Us Society Contacts Bromeliad Sales & Links Show ... Ray Englert The Larnach Family Paul Van Gaal : PVG P92 Hunter Bromeliad, Portea Fosteriana under the tree Bromeliads in the Garden 92. Paul and Denise Van Gaal. This particular Bromeliad, genus Portea - Fosteriana, pink form, is a great show as it stays in flower ...
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Open Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Liliopsida: Bromeliaceae: Portea
... an editor | help the entire directory only in Bromeliaceae/Portea Top: Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Liliopsida: Bromeliaceae: Portea (1) Portea petropolitana "Portea" search on: All the Web - AltaVista - Deja - Google - HotBot ...
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Angiosperm Families - Bromeliaceae Juss.
... Encholirium, Guzmania, Hechtia, Hohenbergia, Hoplophytum, Neoglaziovia, Neoregelia, Nidularium, Orthophytum, Portea, Puya, Quesnelia, Streptocalyx, Tillandsia (including non-succulents), ... Neoregelia, Nidularium, Ochagavia, Ortgiesia, Orthophytum, Pepinia, Pitcairnia, Platyaechmea, Podaechmea, Portea, Pseudaechmea, Pseudananas, Puya, Quesnelia, Ronnbergia, Steyerbromelia, Streptocalyx, Tillandsia, ...
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Garden at Symdock - Bromeliads
... attract natural pollinators like birds, bees, ants, insects, flies and moths. Ananas comosus var. variegatus Portea alatisepala Cryptanthus Canistrum Fostriana Androlepis skinneri Bromeliads grown locally are easily cultivated and propagated in ...
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Garden at Symdock - Bromeliads - Mixed Genera
... to medium sized pot. A relatively moist rich fertile mixture is suitable for Cryptanthus. Portea alatisepala Portea alatisepala is a large and beautiful species plant. These plants are ideal as single or ... crimson buds and supported by the numerous bright red multiple bracts, last for many weeks. Portea alatisepala grows 80cm high and 70cm diameter, either directly in the ground or in a ...
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Bromeliads - Air Plants - Tillandsia
... Lindmania Lymania Macrochordion Mezobromelia Navia Neoglaziovia Neoregelia Nidularium Ochagavia Ortgiesia Orthophytum Pepinia Pitcairnia Platyaechmea Podaechmea Portea Pseudaechmea Pseudananas Puya Quesnelia Ronnbergia Steyerbromelia Streptocalyx Tillandsia Vriesia Wittrockia This article is from Wikipedia ...
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Untitled Document
... aechmeas, and species from the rarer (in cultivation) genera, such as Canistrum, Hohenbergia, Pitcairnia, and Portea. Overall, this book is well worth reading. Bob Reilly Book Review Date: May 2004
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Untitled Document
... quickly becomes pendulous. This is very strange and must be an outcross with something like Portea leptantha (a guess). The other is Aechmea ‘Fatso’ which is a shorter squat plant ...
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epric101
... University Press, Inc. New York. Appendix 4. Bromeliads of Monteverde. Pp. 529530 Ibid. Introducing: Portea alatisepala. J. Bromeliad Soc. 50: 240. Miscellaneous New Taxa of Bromeliaceae (XV). Selbyana: 125131 ...
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