BROMELIADS IN BLOOM

Bromeliads are a large group of tropical plants that include air plants, or epiphytes, as well as terrestrial plants that are rooted in the ground. At first glance they appear to be green with spiky leaves, but as they bloom they are beautiful and varied in the look of the flowers and the way they bloom. The Bromeliad group of plants include the ones shown here, as well as pineapples and Spanish moss. These plants can be found in the conservatory at Miller Nature Preserve in Avon.

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