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Don't forget to wear gloves when handling the more pokey #bromeliad varieties!

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Beautiful submission for this week's Photo of the Week! #bromeliad
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Acanthostachys strobilacea   #bromeliad‬  | This species is native to Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay

Photo credit: H. Zell
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#Bromeliads  live in altitudes ranging from sea level to over 14,000ft. They grow in a wide range of climates including hot, dry deserts to humid rainforests to cool mountainous locations.
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Bromeliad Care Tip [LIGHTING]:
Some  #bromeliads‬  enjoy full tropical sun, while others will get burned by the direct sunlight. In general, they prefer well-lit, bright windowsills, (without direct sunlight). A south, west or east window is often a good choice.
Bromeliads that are yellowish may be suffering from too much light, while plants that are dark green, or elongated, may be receiving too little light.
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A stunning closeup of this #bromeliad‬  bract.
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Congratulations to Eden Tropicals for having their photo chosen as Photo of the Week!

Submit your #bromeliad‬  photos on our site for a chance to be featured next week!
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We've just added the newest #bromeliad‬  care guide! The VRIESEA Cheat Sheet will help answer your basic care questions and keep those bromeliads happy!
Get your copy: http://www.bromeliads.info/files/vriesea-cheat-sheet/
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NEW ON THE BLOG: An Introduction to the Hechtia Bromeliad Plant
Click to read: http://goo.gl/KaNpTR #bromeliads   #hechtia  
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