Bromeliad - Aechmia Dichlamydea - Guzmania Lingulata

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Bromeliad - Aechmia Dichlamydea - Guzmania Lingulata Photograph




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Lebanon, OR - United States

Wow.. how beautiful dear Sharon and I like the soft effect on the colors using shallow depth of field.. I like it very much.. ;-) fv

San Lorenzo, CA - United States

Oh wow, I've never seen one of these before!! Absolutely amazing, Sharon!!! :)))xo, fv

Abbotsford, BC - Canada

What an amazing flower! You are showing us the most wonderful flora and fauna,Sharon! Thank you! f/v

Winnipeg, MB - Canada

Great colours and beautiful flower! V

Northampton, No - United Kingdom

Amazing macro shot!!! Love the colours !! v/f

Willow Spring, NC - United States

This is gorgeous. When I first saw the thumbnail it looked like the colors.

Sharon Mau replied:

. . ★ . . Aloha Christopher . . thank you . ★ . .

Maui, Ha - United States

Aechmea fendleri x Aechmea dichlamydea trinitensis Bromeliad - Cultivated - Aechmia dichlamydea - Guzmania Lingulata Dwarf Blue Tango Bromeliad Aechmea 'Del Mar' The Bromeliaceae (the bromeliads) are a family of monocot flowering plants of around 3,170 species native mainly to the tropical Americas, with a few species found in the American subtropics and one in tropical west Africa, Pitcairnia feliciana . . They are among the basal families within the Poales and are unique because they are the only family within the order that has septal nectaries and inferior ovaries . . These inferior ovaries characterize the Bromelioideae, a subfamily of the Bromeliaceae - Wikipedia

Maui, Ha - United States

Bromeliad - Cultivated - Aechmia dichlamydea - Guzmania Lingulata - Del Mar From my collection: Tropical Flowers of Hawaii Photo Copyright Sharon Mau

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