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RE: First time here...looking for Kitty

are you familiar with a type of bromeliads called Tillandsias--they grow 
without soil...I ran across them tonight on the web and they fascinate 
me!  Any info you'd have would be great but I plan on doing lots more 
looking today!

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

melody, not kitty, but... some of the tillandsias are really great. i would 
urge tropiflora's web site on you. they sort of specialize in them [among 
100s of other bromeliads]. http://www.tropiflora.com/


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