Bromeliad plants (Neoregelia compacta)

Bromeliad plants (Neoregelia compacta)

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Credit: SALLY MCCRAE KUYPER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Bromeliad plants (Neoregelia compacta 'Peggy Pollard'). Bromeliads are tropical plants, mostly found in South America, that have clusters of thick leaves. Most are also epiphytic plants that grow on rocks or other plants for support, and obtain nutrients from the air and rain. Photographed at the Marie Selby Gardens, Florida, USA.

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