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airplant2
Cape Town
South Africa

December 30, 2007
2:19 PM

Post #4340429

Please help,I brought a number of Brom's a few years back which have grown into very large clumps,but the name tags have dropped off.I am trying to identify them,They are Neoregelia Spectabilis and Neoregelia Morris Henry Hobbs.I have tried to find them in various books, but no luck
Thanking you in anticapation
Neville (airplant2)

mellielong

mellielong
Lutz, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 30, 2007
4:02 PM

Post #4340637

Neville,
Check out www.fcbs.org Click on "Photo Index", then "Neoregelia". Scroll down until you see yours on the list. They have pictures of both of your plants. Hope this helps!
Melanie
airplant2
Cape Town
South Africa

December 30, 2007
6:25 PM

Post #4341058

Hi Melanie.
Many thanks for the info.I did not know there were so many Broms,but i found both of them eventuly Again thanks for the help
Neville.

mellielong

mellielong
Lutz, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 30, 2007
8:37 PM

Post #4341481

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