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Re: Bromeliads as house plants

Kitty, if they are being grown as houseplants, then I would suggest the  
Guzmania, since it takes the least amount of light.  You can get these  wholesale, 
full size plants even in bloom.  I know our society orders these  in, not 
sure if we get those particular ones from Tropiflora...although I'm sure  they 
have them.  Will check and get back to you with the info, okay??   You could 
sell some Tillandsias, and have a pre-sale project for some MG's by  mounting 
them, or order them mounted.  They can be mounted on sea shells,  drift wood, 
wooden pickets, or even on wooden spoons or such to be hung in the  kitchen 
window, with a ribbon or fishing line.  Lots of ideas one can come  up with of how 
to mount them for the kitchen window or any other window in the  house.  Just 
remember bright light for the Tills.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/17/2005 10:05:28 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I only had time to look at the Tillandsias on his BOGO  offer.  I noticed
that T. funkiana was only $3 ($1.50 ea)  What I  was thinking was...

When I conduct our MG Bulb Sale, we also sell house  plants.  Last year no
one contributed any and I had to give up some of  mine just to have something
there.  I thought maybe we could  specialize in Bromeliads this year and I
could order some of these.   That's why I asked about arrival size and how
fast they grow and whether  they could be potted.

Maybe you could suggest a simple, inexpensive,  easy to grow variety (or
several) that could be potted.  I can't risk  losing the investment and they
need to be  saleable.

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