About Bromeliads

Bromeliads (broh-MEE-lee-promotions) are a group of around 3,000 species in around 56 genera local to North, Central and South America. They are discovered developing from as far north as Georgia down toward the southern tip of Argentina in the most extensive scope of atmospheres and territories adrift level, in rain and high cloud woods and on bone-dry waterfront deserts on the highest points of mountains over the tree line, 12,000 feet up. There are around 6,000 mixtures and cultivars that have been produced by plant reproducers.