Epiphyte Day: Atlanta Botanical Garden
This month's epiphyte day was something of a mess, but luckily Kat, Monica and David were a bit more organized than myself.
Monica shares a post about those wickedly wonderful ant plants, along with some beautiful imagery of the epiphytic oddballs! David of Tropical Texana introduces us to neoregelia hoehneana, a very stoloniferous bromeliad that bears lots of pups which makes for lots of new plants, I might add. Kat of The Kat's Garden reminisces on a treasured bromeliad, billbergia nutans. This is a really cold hardy bromeliad too, and I've seen it take temps to at least 20 degrees. African Aussie contributes a post about her lovely lipstick plant too! I would love to find one of those at my nursery... Oh, and how on earth did I forget about Melissa's post about bromeliad shopping? Stupid cold!
As soon as this cold is done with me, you can expect to read a barrage of posts about my trip along with LOTS of photos. Happy belated epiphyte day!