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RE: Bromeliad....YEAH!!!

I am ready to post it any time Pam... 


> Can you beat this?  The tag on the bromelaid doesn't say what kind it
> is.  Nice shiny green straplike leaves, red cup, picture on the tag
> shows red flowers.  Says water in the cup, no direct light and minimum
> temperature 40 degrees.  Guess I'll get a picture for Donna to post so
> you more knowledgeable types can take a shot at identifying it.  Man.

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