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Re: Bromeliad.....YEAH!

Kitty, thanks.  We, that is the Bromeliad Society, use Tropiflora in  
Sarasota, Fla.  Dennis Cathcart, the owner,  is very much into  Bromeliads.  He has 
really great prices, and top quality plants that  one doesn't find anywhere 
else.  They put out a Cargo report that is  excellent, even if you don't want to 
order, the information is wonderful.   There is a subscription fee, however if 
you are a customer it is free.   They carry other things besides Bromeliads, 
lots of terrarium plants, some  orchids, succulents, etc.
Website is:  _http://www.tropiflora.com/_ (http://www.tropiflora.com/) 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/16/2005 11:02:45 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Thanks -  terriic, concise info.  I'll print that out as a cultivation sheet
for  people who ask what to do with these exotic plants.  Hmmm... I wonder  if
I could locate a wholesaler so we could sell them?  Know of  any?

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