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Great mkamionka 2022-07-19 14:46

Hi Jorge,
so this is something between a cactee and an agave I suppose.
Nice close view of it.
We have actually quite hight temperatures these days in England it fells like in a desert :) So if it stays that hot I will strat planting plants like this in my garden...
Very well done,
M

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Old 07-19-2022, 11:31 PM
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Default To mkamionka: bromeliads

mariusz

bromeliads are the same family of pineapples, there are many surviving in humid zones, some of them have thorns, others not, some of them are huge and others are very small, some of them live in dry areas, some above rocks, others in the soil, others in the top of gigantic trees.

https://www.blog-flores.pt/flores-de...ea-imperialis/

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