We’ll be updating these events as there are several activities going on this spring – including plants sales (!)
Here’s a special Bromeliad related event that is available for you to see through June 2018
ANDY WARHOL – featuring an exhibit of his florals. (It’s not just about Campbell’s!)
This exhibit of his work, called “Warhol: Flowers in a Factory” is at the Marie Selby Gardens in Sarasota.
Check back soon this March for information about our April Speaker!
With thousands of Bromeliads coming from all kinds of environments it’s not uncommon to hear this question, “What kind of bromeliad do I have?”
Click on any bromeliad image to learn more about any of these plants.
Luckily there is so much knowledge and experience gathered together at the Florida West Coast Bromeliad Society we’re a great source of information for “ID”ing your bromeliad plant.
Meanwhile – here are examples of bromeliads that come our way.
What type of Bromeliad do you have?
Since our members are always bringing in awesome examples of interesting bromeliad plants – check back here frequently to see more images.
What kind of bromeliads can we help you identify?
While it may depend on what kind of bromeliad you have – chances are strong we can answer your questions.
Our members collect bromeliads from all over the world, in fact some of our memebers have been the first to find certain bromeliads in their natural environments. Many of our members own professional level bromeliad nurseries, have been asked to judge bromeliad shows, or in other ways just are excellent sources of information on bromeliad plants.
Contact Person: Gary Lund
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Florida West Coast Bromeliad Society
PO Box 4185
Clearwater FL 33758-4185
Annual Membership is $—–
Come join us and your membership can be paid that night in person.
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For any other questions please call or email – we look forward to helping you.
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