Collecting Bromeliads and Orchids in Florida

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Reply AshleyCoede
6:49 PM on November 26, 2018 
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Reply Williamwep
3:44 AM on November 19, 2018 
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8:44 PM on November 13, 2018 
Reply Jack Lewis
2:15 PM on January 17, 2017 
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Reply Linda
6:21 PM on October 25, 2016 
Flower stalk on very large, healthy-looking brom. Flowers never open (3 years) and are covered with sticky gooey substance.. Any help?
Reply Holly Pardi
10:57 AM on August 11, 2015 
Typed a long message but it was lost. First try.
Found your page interesting as I also grew up on Gulf Coast (Tampa). I am Master Gardener (MG) specializing in propagation, especially Bulbs (Rainlilies), Orchids & Bromeliads. VP of our Orchid Soc. A group of MG's recently attended the Spring Selby and Garden Club home tour. Great fun! We plan to attend next year (2016). Do you ever give tours of your collection? Would also reciprocate, if you are ever over this way.
Reply Terry Hardouin
8:49 PM on July 30, 2015 
Fascinating site..and plants. Thanks for the adventure!
Reply Mike
11:16 AM on November 2, 2014 
awesome bromeliads, beauty of nature. Do you send bromeliads to Puerto Rico. Thank you.
Reply Dwight Miller
11:31 PM on August 8, 2014 
I am really enjoying your website. I'm just beginning to study these wonderful plants after growing orchids for many years. Most orchids look rather unattractive when not in bloom but the broms are almost always beautiful. Thanks for all your effort.
Reply barb carapezza parish
9:56 AM on July 21, 2014 
Love the "vastness" of your site!