Bromeliads are plants that are adapted to a number of climates. Foliage takes different shapes, from needle-thin to broad and flat, symmetrical to irregular, spiky to soft. The foliage, which usually grows in a rosette, is widely patterned and colored. Leaf colors range from maroon, through shades of green, to gold. Varieties may have leaves with red, yellow, white and cream variations. Others may be spotted with purple, red, or cream, while others have different colors on the tops and bottoms of the leaves.

The Bromeliaceae (the bromeliads) are a family flowering plants with about 3,170 species that are native mainly to the tropical Americas.Many bromeliads are able to store water in a structure formed by their tightly-overlapping leaf bases.
Some bromeliads are faintly scented, while others are heavily perfumed.

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