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Types of Bromeliads

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Bromeliads vary greatly in size, shape, color, distribution, and ease of growth. Learn about their characteristics and how to care for these plants.

Caring for Bromeliads

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Bromeliads vary greatly in size, shape, color, distribution, and ease of growth. Learn about their characteristics and how to care for these plants.

Billbergia

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Billbergia is a genus of bromeliad that is found in Mexico and Brazil. Read more about this bromeliad and learn about its different families.

Cryptanthus

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Cryptanthus are a genus of stemless bromeliad plants. Lean more about this bromeliad and some of its varieties.

Portea

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Portea is a bromeliad genus native to Brazil. Read more about this bromeliad and learn how it should be cared for.

Catopsis

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The Catopsis is a type of bromeliad that has more than 25 species. Learn about the characteristics of this bromeliad.

Guzmania

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The Guzmania is a genus of bromeliad that features brightly colored bracts. Read more about this bromeliad and learn how to care for it.

Tillandsia

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Tillandsia is a bromeliad genus with nearly 500 species. Learn more about the various types of this bromeliad at HowStuffWorks.

Dyckia

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The Dyckia bromeliad is native to Brazil and parts of Central South America. Get tips on taking care of this type of bromeliad.

Nidularium

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The Nidularium is bromeliad plant that is native to Brazil. Get details on this bromeliad at HowStuffWorks.

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