Some species of genus Aechmea?

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bromelia_boy
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Beitrag von bromelia_boy » Montag, 2 Oktober 2006, 17:53

Hi Chanin! :)

When I've seen a photo at once I have thought it seeds Aechmea
recurvata so quickly grown :shock: , but later I've read
your message and understood that babies other plants :lol:
Vitaly

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Beitrag von somerset broms » Montag, 2 Oktober 2006, 22:33

Hello Chanin!
I joined the forum last week, and I am very impressed by your plants.

My main interest has always been terestial broms, and though I have limited space, gow mainly Hectias, Dyckias and Puyas. ( biggest in 36" pots. )

Usually I cut all the seed heads off and compost, as I have no use for them. I throw hundreds of plants away each year.

I would love to be able to do swops instead. ( it has always seemed a terible waste, but I knew no one that liked terestials. ) I can let you ( or anyone else interested) know by email what the probable parents are, and if you are interested swop.

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Beitrag von chanin » Dienstag, 3 Oktober 2006, 1:07

Hi Summerset Broms :D

So do I...a real terestrial xeric brom fan :roll:
My mom always ask me that, instead of beautiful Neo or Guzmania, why I grow these spiny mess !!!

What I can say..."I am hooked... I love that hurter..."

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I would like to meet new friends in other part of the world and would be glad to trade plants or seed from this part of the world.

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Beitrag von chanin » Samstag, 25 November 2006, 17:29

Hi Vitaly,

Just want to show you the seedlings of Aechmea recurvata, that you sent seeds to me month ago.
They are doing well here.

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I would like to meet new friends in other part of the world and would be glad to trade plants or seed from this part of the world.

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Re: Some species of genus Aechmea?

Beitrag von Gartem » Mittwoch, 26 Oktober 2011, 7:09

Chanin as you have already grown seedlings of Aechmea recurvata?

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