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The Bromeliad Family is a large family with 56 genera and 2,600 species is almost entirely limited to the New World - one species of Pitcairnia is found in Western Africa. Although more well known for showy tropical foliage plants and the food crop pineapple, this family also has many members that come from arid and semi arid habitats that exhibit leaf succulence.

Bromeliad Family
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Aechmea caudata var. variegata Variegated Tail Bromeliad - Evergreen bromeliad to 3' tall w/cream striped lvs & yellow flwrs w/red buds & bracts. Full sun/part shade. Occasional H20. Hardy to 20F. 
Aechmea recurvata var. recurvata False Tillandsia - Small rosette forming plant w/yellow green lvs that turn red when flwrs appear in spring-summer. Full sun/light shade. Little H2o. Hardy to 20F. 
Ananas comosus 'Royal Hawaiian' Royal Hawaiian Pineapple - Terrestrial Bromeliad to 3-4' tall with pink, white and green lvs. Light shade to part sun. Flower stalks of pineapples in summer. 30-32 degrees F. 
Billbergia nutans Queen's Tears - Clump forming bromeliad to 1' tall by 2' across w/narrow green leaves and green & blue flowers in spring. Shade. Low water needs. Hardy to 25-30F. 
Cryptbergia 'Red Burst' Rosette forming succulent w/clumps of 8-12" long bronzy-red lvs & occasionally small white flowers. Bright shade. Regular irrigation. Hardy to 25 F. 
Deuterocohnia lorentziana Abromeitiella - Tight mounds 1-2' tall w/small rosettes of silvery spiney lvs & green flwrs late winter. Full sun/shade. Little H20. Well drained soil. Hardy to <20F 
Dyckia 'Alice' Terrestrial bromeliad with rosettes to 18" wide with red strap leaves. Orange flowers in late summer. Full sun. Little irrigation. Hardy to 15-20 F. 
Dyckia 'Black Gold' Black Sawblade - Terrestrial bromeliad w/18" wide rosettes of dark purple lvs & yellow-orange flwrs in late spring. Full sun. Little irrigation. Hardy to 15-20 F. 
Dyckia 'Cactus Ranch Red' Red-leafed Dyckia - Succulent w/spiny margined red tinged foliage. Orange flowers on 3' stems in spring. Drought tolerant. Full sun/ light shade. Hardy to 20-25 F. 
Dyckia floribunda 'La Rioja' Silver Starfish - Succulent rosettes 6-10" wide w/white lvs & spike of orange flwrs in summer. Regular H2O spring-fall - little in winter. Hardy to 30 F - best warmer. 
Dyckia hybrids (Red Seedlings) Succulent w/spiny margined red tinged foliage. Orange flowers on 3' stems in spring. Drought tolerant. Full sun/ light shade. Hardy to 20-25 F. 
Dyckia hybrids (Silver Seedlings) Succulent w/spiny margined silver foliage. Orange flowers on 3' stems in spring. Drought tolerant. Full sun/ light shade. Hardy to 20-25 F. 
Dyckia 'Jim's Red' Terrestrial bromeliad with rosettes to 18" wide with red strap leaves. Orange flowers in late summer. Full sun. Little irrigation. Hardy to 15-20 F. 
Dyckia marnier-lapostollei White Dyckia - Succulent rosettes 6-10" wide w/white lvs & spike of orange flwrs in summer. Regular H2O spring-fall - little in winter. Hardy to 30 F - best warmer. 
Dyckia 'Naked Lady' Terrestrial clustering bromeliad w/1-2' wide rosettes of green spineless lvs & orange flwrs in late spring. Cool sun/. Little H20. Hardy to 15-20 F. 
Dyckia platyphylla Wide leafed Dyckia - Terrestrial clustering bromeliad w/1-2' wide rosettes of dark green lvs & yellow-orange flwrs in late spring. Cool sun/. Little H20. Hardy to 15-20 F. 
Dyckia 'Precious Metal' Succulent. Full sun. Drought tolerant. Silver gray rosettes to 18" wide with orange tubular flowers in mid-late spring. Cold hardy to 20-25 F. 
Dyckia 'Purple and Silver' Terrestrial bromeliad w/18" wide rosettes of silvery purple lvs & orange flwrs in late spring. Full sun. Little irrigation. Hardy to 15-20 F. 
Dyckia 'Red Devil' Red-leafed Dyckia - Succulent w/spiny margined red tinged foliage. Orange flowers on 3' stems in spring. Drought tolerant. Full sun/ light shade. Hardy to 20-25 F. 
Dyckia 'Silver Superstar' Rosette forming succulent w/flattened pink tinged silver leaves w/silver spines. Orange flowers in summer. Low water requirements. Hardy to 20-25 F. 
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