Hechtia glomerata?

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brian30244
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Hechtia glomerata?

Beitrag von brian30244 » Dienstag, 8 Dezember 2009, 10:26

Hello everyone,
i am a Bromeliaceae lover in Taiwan.
this is my collection from local plant seller.
is it Hechtia glomerata or not?
thanks for reply. :D
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Andrew
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Beitrag von Andrew » Mittwoch, 16 Dezember 2009, 7:05

Hi Brian,

I'm not an expert on Hechtia...but it does look like H. glomerata to me.

What other bromeliads are you growing in Taiwan?

Cheers, Andrew.

brian30244
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Beitrag von brian30244 » Donnerstag, 17 Dezember 2009, 7:45

Andrew hat geschrieben:Hi Brian,

I'm not an expert on Hechtia...but it does look like H. glomerata to me.

What other bromeliads are you growing in Taiwan?

Cheers, Andrew.

Hi Andrew, thanks for reply. :D
I also plants the genus of Dyckia,Cryptanthus,Puya ,Neoregelia..........etc

By the way, I buy this plant is marked of Kedrostris punctalata,it looks like the genus of Puya ?
<img src="http://public.blu.livefilestore.com/y1p38BJmtsBqVstOVOEfB8fz__BKXnEMljsJ_Q1AcVqXq9XheTQSqFFEHkbadqjN7uNGiPMu7PgevBd95s29FONEw/Kedrostris%20punctalata.jpg">

Regards,
Brian

Andrew
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Beitrag von Andrew » Donnerstag, 17 Dezember 2009, 7:58

What neo's do you grow Brian? I bet they would like your tropical conditions :wink:
Do you have any photos?

Most of my collection is made up of neo's...but I have been growing a few Dyckia over the last couple of years, and must say I'm coming to like the spiny ones :thumbl

brian30244
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Beitrag von brian30244 » Donnerstag, 17 Dezember 2009, 10:01

Andrew hat geschrieben:What neo's do you grow Brian? I bet they would like your tropical conditions :wink:
Do you have any photos?

Most of my collection is made up of neo's...but I have been growing a few Dyckia over the last couple of years, and must say I'm coming to like the spiny ones :thumbl

Neo's i collection not too much.But it is really easy to grow.
Next time i back home i take some pictures for you!

Neo. rubrifolia
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unknow
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Dyckia is a fascinating genus .Growing in different day/night temperature has different display.Show you a famous cultivar of Dyckia 'Cherry Coke'
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If you don't mind, you cam show your collection :)

Andrew
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Beitrag von Andrew » Donnerstag, 17 Dezember 2009, 13:19

Thanks for the photos...and looking forward to seeing some others Brian.
Your unknown neo looks similar to Annick. Many neos came out of the cross of carolinae x Fireball that are variegated, & have some of that reddish flush.
These are a group of Annick, unfortunately they got a little burnt when I changed the plastic on my growing area.

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And another similar carolinae x Fireball cross, these are Fire Wheel.

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I'll sort out a few photos of some of my other plants, & show them in another post.
Cheers, Andrew.

brian30244
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Beitrag von brian30244 » Donnerstag, 17 Dezember 2009, 13:38

Andrew hat geschrieben:Thanks for the photos...and looking forward to seeing some others Brian.
Your unknown neo looks similar to Annick. Many neos came out of the cross of carolinae x Fireball that are variegated, & have some of that reddish flush.
These are a group of Annick, unfortunately they got a little burnt when I changed the plastic on my growing area.

Bild


And another similar carolinae x Fireball cross, these are Fire Wheel.

Bild

I'll sort out a few photos of some of my other plants, & show them in another post.
Cheers, Andrew.

Thanks so much,Andrew :D
Post beautiful pictures shared with me.
Your planting environment seems better than me.
I expect your post in the future :P
Also ,thanks your identify .
Good luck,Brian.

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