Over the past year I've finally had the time to start sorting out, photographing and naming lots of my hybrids that I've produced over the last decade. When I had the bromeliad nursery I never had the time to do this, as the need to earn a dollar always took priority. What an absolute joy not to grow broms commercially anymore.
You can see photos of some of the hybrids, my nursery and the gardens at the old place on my blog at http://exoticabromeliads.blogspot.com. This photo is one of them, and the plant happens to be the parent of some of my hybrids such as Neo. 'Exotica Leprechaun'.
As I get my gardens into shape here at our new property I'll post some photos of that.
The property is on half an acre of beautiful black peat loam, which grows broms really well, as anyone who has been to Mariposa Gardens just down the road from us will tell you.
Here is a link that might be useful: Exotica