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Started by Peter - 2093 Monday, 27 February 2017
I would like to buy some of the bromeliads written about but my problem is this. In the major nurseries there are plenty of species displayed for sale that are already in flower and look magnificent and have high price tags. My understanding is these plants will soon enough die off (the flower that is) and then I need to start the pup propagating process to prepare plants to plant next year. Where or how can I buy plants that are not in flower so I can get at least one good season out of them on display in my garden?
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