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Exotic Blooms and Foliages Discussions

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Can anyone tell me what this Bromeliad is.  You can see a picture in this catagory.  Not sure how to post a picture here.
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By: njk - Member Since: 11/03/2013
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Am an enthusist of of commercialization of wild flowers.has anybody out there ever had of o flower called king solomon never used to fur like this.

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By: Symo-kenya - Member Since: 09/06/2012
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We've been buying these heliconia from Ecuador. Don't ever let them chill. Has anyone experienced a shorter shelf life if they have been imported as short stems vs. long stems? Our importer brought in 4-5' stem-lengths and then to reduce shipping costs ordered them at 2-3 feet. We found the short ones didn't last very long. Perhaps the sustenance was in  the stem-length?
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By: fleurista - Member Since: 27/05/2011
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Ok , so I'm in love with the new photo of Prince of Darkness Heliconias. Are these available all year long ? I really love your sight but you've GOT to give us more information about availability so we can BUY these flowers!
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By: Norma - Member Since: 15/02/2011
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If you are buying birds of paradise you need to make sure you are getting Mexico Birds. Did you know that they open on their own? You have to try them to believe it.
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By: Sunshine - Member Since: 26/01/2011
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