Bromeliaceae

cactguy:

Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, Denver Botanic Gardens
Opened in 1966, the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single-structure tropical conservatory in the country.  The myriad of food plants add special interest to the collection.  As you can see from the shots above, it is a beautiful space full of light and color.
Photographs include: Hura crepitans (Monkey No-climb tree), Acalypha hispida (Chenille plant), Zingiber spectabile ‘Singapore Gold’ (Beehive Ginger), Vriesia hieroglyphica (“King of the Bromeliads”), Musa species (Banana), and Verschaffeltia splendida (Seychelles Stilt Palm).

That vriesea though…cactguy:

Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, Denver Botanic Gardens
Opened in 1966, the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single-structure tropical conservatory in the country.  The myriad of food plants add special interest to the collection.  As you can see from the shots above, it is a beautiful space full of light and color.
Photographs include: Hura crepitans (Monkey No-climb tree), Acalypha hispida (Chenille plant), Zingiber spectabile ‘Singapore Gold’ (Beehive Ginger), Vriesia hieroglyphica (“King of the Bromeliads”), Musa species (Banana), and Verschaffeltia splendida (Seychelles Stilt Palm).

That vriesea though…cactguy:

Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, Denver Botanic Gardens
Opened in 1966, the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single-structure tropical conservatory in the country.  The myriad of food plants add special interest to the collection.  As you can see from the shots above, it is a beautiful space full of light and color.
Photographs include: Hura crepitans (Monkey No-climb tree), Acalypha hispida (Chenille plant), Zingiber spectabile ‘Singapore Gold’ (Beehive Ginger), Vriesia hieroglyphica (“King of the Bromeliads”), Musa species (Banana), and Verschaffeltia splendida (Seychelles Stilt Palm).

That vriesea though…cactguy:

Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, Denver Botanic Gardens
Opened in 1966, the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single-structure tropical conservatory in the country.  The myriad of food plants add special interest to the collection.  As you can see from the shots above, it is a beautiful space full of light and color.
Photographs include: Hura crepitans (Monkey No-climb tree), Acalypha hispida (Chenille plant), Zingiber spectabile ‘Singapore Gold’ (Beehive Ginger), Vriesia hieroglyphica (“King of the Bromeliads”), Musa species (Banana), and Verschaffeltia splendida (Seychelles Stilt Palm).

That vriesea though…cactguy:

Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, Denver Botanic Gardens
Opened in 1966, the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single-structure tropical conservatory in the country.  The myriad of food plants add special interest to the collection.  As you can see from the shots above, it is a beautiful space full of light and color.
Photographs include: Hura crepitans (Monkey No-climb tree), Acalypha hispida (Chenille plant), Zingiber spectabile ‘Singapore Gold’ (Beehive Ginger), Vriesia hieroglyphica (“King of the Bromeliads”), Musa species (Banana), and Verschaffeltia splendida (Seychelles Stilt Palm).

That vriesea though…cactguy:

Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, Denver Botanic Gardens
Opened in 1966, the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single-structure tropical conservatory in the country.  The myriad of food plants add special interest to the collection.  As you can see from the shots above, it is a beautiful space full of light and color.
Photographs include: Hura crepitans (Monkey No-climb tree), Acalypha hispida (Chenille plant), Zingiber spectabile ‘Singapore Gold’ (Beehive Ginger), Vriesia hieroglyphica (“King of the Bromeliads”), Musa species (Banana), and Verschaffeltia splendida (Seychelles Stilt Palm).

That vriesea though…

cactguy:

Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, Denver Botanic Gardens

Opened in 1966, the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory is the largest single-structure tropical conservatory in the country.  The myriad of food plants add special interest to the collection.  As you can see from the shots above, it is a beautiful space full of light and color.

Photographs include: Hura crepitans (Monkey No-climb tree), Acalypha hispida (Chenille plant), Zingiber spectabile ‘Singapore Gold’ (Beehive Ginger), Vriesia hieroglyphica (“King of the Bromeliads”), Musa species (Banana), and Verschaffeltia splendida (Seychelles Stilt Palm).

That vriesea though…