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Cold Sensitivity of Bromeliads

Compiled by Dr. Dale W. Jenkins
Originally published in the Sarasota Bromeliad Society newsletter, December 1998.

Published here as downloadable and printable PDF – 9 pages, 103k.

Good Bromeliads For Sarasota Gardens

H. E. Luther, Past Director, Mulford B. Foster Bromeliad Identification Center,
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens


Bromeliad Sun√ or Shade√ Photo Photo Source

Aechmea
blanchetiana

Image Source:


Florida
Council of
Bromeliad
Societies


Aechmea
mexicana

Image Source:

Tropiflora


Aechmea
fulgo-ramosa

Image Source:

Cloud Jungle
Epiphytes
(Now Closed)


Billbergia
amoena

Image Source:

Tropiflora


Billbergia
pyramidalis

Image Source:

Florida
Council of
Bromeliad
Societies


Dyckia
hybrids

Image Source:

Tropiflora


Guzmania
hybrids

Image Source:

Exotic
Rainforest
(Website Now Abandoned)


Hohenbergia
stellata

Image Source:

Wikipedia
Hohenbergia
stellata
(Page Now Unavailable).


Neoregelia
carolinae

Image Source:

Florida
Council of
Bromeliad
Societies


Neoregelia
cruenta rubra

Image Source:

Tropiflora


Neoregelia
hybrids

Image Source:

Bromeliad.com


Pitcairnia
angustifolia

Image Source:

Texas A&M
University
(page now offline)


Portea
orthopoda

Image Source:

Florida
Council of
Bromeliad
Societies


Quesnelia
testudo

Image Source:

Florida
Council of
Bromeliad
Societies


Tillandsia
fasciculate

Image Source:

Stokes
Tropicals


Vriesea
hybrids

Image Source:

Master Gardener
Landscaping of
Fort Lauderdale


Vriesea
schwackeana

Image Source:

Bromeliand.com
Notice the spelling!
This was a foreign
language site
(now offline).


A downloadable and printable version of this guide is available here – 3pages, 255k.

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