These pics for Lisa (^_^)
The artist names it "Haunted window"
There were also some paintings.
It is an unseasonaably cold, snowy day here in Michigan so your gorgeous pictures made my day!! Thanks, Chanin--beautiful, beautiful. Any time you want to post pictures of your Crypts is OK with me--love them, too!
So you guys will not ask me the name :-P
These beautiful hybrids are belong to our friend "Udo" (or Yong)
Thanks Cache @(^_^)@
These Cryptanthus for you.
Let see some Aechmeas
I like these Bill.
Mr Phanom, the owner of this beautiful Bill.
look like Giant Till. albida gonna eat a girl !!
My favorite, spiny broms (^_*)
My friend, Apirak with his Neoglaziovia burle-marxii
Spe-e-e-e-e-e-ectacular!! Thanks again for showing Chanin. And thanks a lot for all those name tags that you included. Very nice as usual!
Very nice, Chanin!
I'm wondering what Mr. Phanom's clustering Bill is. Looks like a B. pyramidalis hybrid, but smaller.
The master does it again!
Hi Stephania, fantastic pictures as usual, and very convenient to have all the name tags for ID. Did you by any chance run into ksx106 taking pics for our forum as well?
Is pic No.5 a shot of you taking a much needed spell after taking all of the pics? So many great pics, I will need more time to absorb,
Thanks again, All the best, Nev.
Thanks so much Chanin!
You Thai-folk sure have the knack of not only growing broms to perfection, but also displaying them with great artistic flair - oh, and then photographing them so well!
Next time you post photos, would you please number each one, so that we can easily refer to them for comments/questions later?
Wow !! Chanin, you all in Thailand are growing and enjoying showing some surperb broms, love those multi stacked leaved compact Neos - great form and colour. Thanks for sharing all this with us, wish we could just scoope some of those up through the net. Some very nice displays as well. Also notice some vriesea's in the mix, contary to what you have said before they also seem to be grown very well, - any close ups ??
Wow! It's bromeliad paradise!
Chanin, I hope it's a permanent display so that I could visit it one day. Love that purple sign board!
Hi all (^_^)"
Lisa...Phanom didn't sure what species of his Bill. is, he thought he got it
from Alvim Seidel long time ago.
LOL... Nev I just noticed that there is another thread on this topic
I'm pretty sure Ksx106 was behind my back (^_*)
Kerry, next time I will do for such a bunch of pics... LOL
JaGa, sorry, I had tried to take all plant pics but my battery off !
My friend Mr Lek with his unusual Fan-shaped Neo.
Actually, beyond the plant show and garden display, our "Thai Bromeliads Club"
also had set up some posters of bromeliad informations.
Information on pathology and cultivation.
Discuss on identification.
I was very appreciated this...Mom with her son...see his wondering face.
Because this was a pineapple event, so they had pineapple juice for refreshment, too.
Hope you all will enjoy my thread (^_^)
There must be something about that Thai sunlight! Beautiful as always. Is there anything that doesn't grow well there?
I'm just coming. My brother staphania has snatched to post pictures. My pictures're not very good as my brothers'. He is the best.
Here are the additional photos.
Chanin, or any one else that recognise the plant, I have to ask one question. Any idea what that huge variegated plant in the first picture is? Sitting on the left side of the entrance, just below the platycerum. Can that be DeRolf?
This has been a very enjoyable thread...thanks for the photos Chanin. Those displays of broms en mass around the entrance are spectacular...are they just tied in place for the show? I can't see any pots.
Yong...do you have any more photos of your hybrids...looks like some nice plants there.
The bromeliads club of Thailand is just established and "Aesthetic garden with bromeliad culture" is the first activity. The objective of this exhibition is to encourage thai people about wonderful plants of tropic " The jewels of jungle'
Next are floral arrangements by our bromeliad friend from Chiangmai.
And Khun Yong (^_^)
Thank you for more information, your hybrids are spectacular.
Japie, at first glance that look like 'DeRolf' but actually it's an unregistered hybrid
which my brom friend Veerachai bought from Philippine hybridizer.
Hi Devo, they are all temporary.
Hi Japie and Devo,
Japie. I'm not sure. It looks like N.johannis"DeRolf". There is another N.johannis"DeRolf" inside. Sorry I don't take photo.
Devo. This is a public place for a temporary exhibition on November 20-23. Some plants display on ground are in pots but some display as floral arrangement are expot and tied to the bamboo sticks.
Next is Aechmea display.
Here are some colorful Aechmeas.
Aec. Fia variegata
Aec.miniata v.disclor variegata
Hi my brother,
Your spiny nuts are also spectacular.
Next is Neoregelia display and spectacular plants.
N.Lambert's Pride x carcharodon'Tiger'
A nice clump of N.Grenada.
The lovely pinwheel N.carolinae x concentrica albomarginata
Sorry. There is only some pics. of my hybrids at the show. I will take photos and post them in another topic when I have times.
Here is my hybrid display.
This is the same grex of N.Charm x Treasure Chest.
It's very nice. Thanks Stephania and Udo. Are neos more colorful in south Thailand than the north or central?
Sorry - couldn't resist a comment...but I guffawed when I read it.
Chanin - you have "spiny nuts"??.............. ouch!
Meanwhile, my computer is blowing a gasket each time I re-open this thread!
LOL, I enjoyed that one too, Kerry. You have to watch what you say around us, some of us have our minds in the gutter most of the time... ;-)
I love the picture of the boy and his mother. There is a future bromeliad collector for sure!
I don't think I could have enjoyed the show more even if I had been there. Many thanks for taking me along! Now back to the gutter......
Thanks for the monster Crypt pictures, Chanin, and the boy and Mom shot is priceless! Like those floral arrangements, too.
Chanin you have made me upset now i want to move over to THAILAND with all those wonderfull bromeliads and the shows that you guys allways seem to have over there.
thanks for this picks too, i might have just blown my budget
The show just got better and better with your brothers chiming in Chanin, thanks again for starting this! I also like that picture of Mum and son - a very keen eye on your part to spot that!!
Priceless Kerry . . .
Great show photo's. I would like to know what neo that is in the 12th picture from the top lower right is. Label on the photo says Display 47
All I can say is---this must have been a FANTASTIC show just based on all these FABULOUS pictures!!!!
The plants are beautiful and these gorgeous pictures really showed their wonderful colors!!! Thank you so much for taking the time to post all these great photos---this girl in Texas thoroughly enjoyed everything!!!
~ Mary Jane
Congratulations, that is a fantastic display of well grown plants. I'll have to make an effort to get over there, good excuse to visit Thailand anyway!
I am bringing this thread up again as I need experts' help to ID the following bromeliads. Many thanks in advance!
This is labelled Ae. lueddemanniana Mend, is this similar to Ae. lueddemanniana (rubra) on Michael's plant list?
Any ID for this?
What is that beauty at the bottom on the right? The one with pink ends.
I'll have a stab at it...
No Ae. lueddemanniana (rubra) is not albo-marg. Ae leud rubra has no variegation. I am not too sure about the rubra part because if you put a standard luedd in good light it changes to a nice pinky colour.
3-looks like a de Rolf...
Lyndi, I also queried the plant with the pink tips, and this is what Chanin had to say about that a bit higher up : "Japie, at first glance that look like 'DeRolf' but actually it's an unregistered hybrid
which my brom friend Veerachai bought from Philippine hybridizer"
The first one IS Aech Mend (albo-marginated cv of lueddemanniana) listed 2nd from top on pade 3 of Michael's list. Like Dennis said, Rubra does not have any variegation. And Dennis, Rubra gets a bit deeper red colour when exposed to plenty light, compared to the normal one.
And nr 3 I have no idea, Lyndi. But some things that Michael has that is very close, is Neo Fernay Grove and Red Pride (both from the Aussie Dream group).
Thanks, Dennis and Japie for your input!
Michael has just confirmed that he has Ae. lueddemanniana Mend for sale.
Japie, are we looking at the same plants again?
I like Ae. lueddemanniana Rodco the best of these
I've never seen a real one HDD, but according to the pictures, that's the one that I also would go for - but where to find it?!!
where is this in bangkok?