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Tillandsia Fasciculata Pics in the Wild

Posted by nebu Florida (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 7, 12 at 16:34

I recently checked the woods behind my property in Brevard County, and i'm glad i did. There are multiple types of Tillandsia flowering right now. I was out checking on the Floridana and found this Fasciculata flowering yesterday 4/6/12. I thought, or may have known about this particular colony before, but have never seen it flowering. 5-7 years ago, I believe it was maybe triple the size it is now and maybe the last time I saw it. This is the only T. x Fasciculata I have found here. I understand there are four variations, but have no idea which one I have.

This type is AMAZINGLY beautiful, and so happy I found it





I did nothing to these photos, no photoshopping or adding color


In terms of looks, this one is absolutely stunning

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RE: Tillandsia Fasciculata Pics in the Wild

Bromeliads are just the neatest plants ever

I am yet fairly new to growing them but find the simplicity in growing so amazing
This year seems especially fine for bloom of plants of all kinds

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