Collecting Bromeliads and Orchids in Florida

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Florida's Native Bromeliads

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Reply Melissa Wann
1:59 AM on June 6, 2014 
I just found one of these on the ground attached to a huge branch that came down from an oak tree. I peeled it off of the branch, making sure to keep the roots from ripping too much, and I am online now trying to figure out the name of the species of airplant. Do u know the name of the type of airplant that is in this picture? I know it's a tilindasia but curious what type? I would really be appreciative if u could email me it. Thanks so much! Loved your 41 story, btw :-) - Melissa
Reply Mick DuVall
3:36 PM on October 30, 2013 
I live in englewood Florida and I have 4 of these plants (3 large and 1 small) in a large cedar tree in my yard. They are very high off the ground and I would like to bring 1 or 2 down and pot them. Could you or lead me the right way to care for and how to pot them, Thanks for any info. Mick