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robryan

Thanks chookie, Jim, Morris, Florrie, Jana, Suzy & Dave - it seems like this is a new plant to quite a few of you - so I'm pleased to show it!!!!

warbler

Isn't it just amazing how a plants flower could evolve to look like that.

pumpkinhead

The morning light on the bromeliads brings out the color and shape in them. Thanks, Rob!

Janazlouky

Another great collage. Wonderful flowers :-))) Thank you so much Rob.

morris186

Interesting looking flower, Rob.

I really like them, have never seen either!!

jetmech7

Pretty Rob , never seen one before, I don't think they grow in our cold climate. , Your lucky to have year round beauty. chook's right , they do look like matchsticks up close. Jim

robryan

Must be a good season for them Nev - they sure are pretty!! Thanks!!

Ah! Thanks Janet - I can see why it's called that!! Makes a lot of sense:))))

Thanks Barb - What a shame you can't still grow them:(((((

Thanks Floyd - I'm pleased to introduce you to a new plant!!

And you too Cathy:))) They are cute - each spray is about 6" or so long!!! Thanks!!!

cevas

These are new to me too. They are so cute ... like a child's toy!
Your pictures are great Rob!!!

Gladstone

That is a neat flower.
A first for me.
Thanks Rob.

SunnyBarb25

Great photos Rob :) I grew lots of bromeliads in Florida, it was a good climate for them there but not in the desert. Thanks for the pictures :)

jan42ful

Rob, I have this one flowering now too. It's Billbergia gamosepala, commonly called the "Matchstick" brommie. It has a very unusual colour combination. You have great pics of it. Thanks and hugs, janet.

robryan

Thanks Allie - I thought they'd have done well in your climate!!

alliebono

amazing beauties - I never get tired of seeing these flowers! WishI could grow them here - thanks Robyn!

robryan

Broms are fascinating flowers Laura - I love the colours! Thanks!!

:))) This is very normal for Broms Beekay - they're a pretty colourful lot:)))) Thanks!

No Shirley - this is it!!! They're very hardy and tough & like the dry weather. You only need to water them rarely - the centre of the leaves forms a water well, and you just top them up occasionally!!! Thanks!!

Shian2

Rob, will the little purple flower on the end open out more ? pretty colours, I don't have any bromeliads, so have only seen what has been on Jigidi. Thanks, Rob.

Beekay

Not a normal color combo for a flower...but then it's not your typical flower either :-))

laurajane

What an unusual flower on this, Robyn! I have never even seen this before.

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