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The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family Bromeliaceae

The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family Bromeliaceae

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The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family (Bromeliaceae). It is best known for the species Ananas comosus, the pineapple.

The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family (Bromeliaceae). It is best known

The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family (Bromeliaceae). It is best known

Bromeliaceae. Pineapple1.JPG · Pineapple, a bromeliad

Ananas comosus

Ananas comosus is the pineapple. Although it is a terrestrial bromeliad, it has a relatively sparse root system. A common way to start a pineapple is from ...

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Unripe, tender pineapple in a kitchen graden. Family: Bromeliaceae; Genus: Ananas

Ananas comosus 'Champaca' - Ornamental Pineapple

BROMELIAD

Stock Photo - The Vriesea belongs to the large genus of bromeliads. To this genus thus includes the pineapple. In colloquial language it is called flaming ...

Ananas lucidus

Ananas comosus - Pineapple

The family contains over 3000 described species in approximately 56 genera. The most well known bromeliad is the pineapple.

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Ananas

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Ananas Bracteatus in the Bromeliad pineapple family - Stock Image

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Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Pineapples (Ananas comosus resp. Ananas sativus), a

Bromeliad (guzmania species): Appears your lovely plant belongs to the Bromeliad family, and yours bears colorful flowering bracts.

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The pineapple is a tropical plant , originally from Brazil , Bolivia and Paraguay .The plant belongs to the genus Ananas from the bromeliad family — Photo ...

Ananas comosus

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Ananas comosus - Pineapple (unripe fruit)

Bromeliad, plant of the Bromeliaceae family, that occurs throughout Brazil with hundreds of genus

The Bromeliaceae

Pineapple Plant

A bold clump of Guzmania placed at the bottom of an escalator in a shopping center

From New Latin Bromelia type genus after Olaf Bromelius (1639-1705), Swedish botanist

Pineapple is the common name for low-growing, fruit-bearing, tropical plants of the species Ananas comosus (also known as A. sativus) in the bromeliad ...

Acanthostachys strobilacea , Pinecone Bromeliad Click to see full-size image

If you ask most people what a bromeliad is, most people probably wouldn't be able to answer. If you ask the same people what a pineapple is, you will get a ...

The pineapple is a tropical plant , originally from Brazil , Bolivia and Paraguay .The plant belongs to the genus Ananas from the bromeliad family — Photo ...

Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia. Bromeliaceae family.

Red flower of a plant belonging to the pineapple family ( Bromeliaceae ) in the Stellenbosch

Бромелиевые (Bromeliaceae). The Bromeliaceae (the bromeliads) are a family ...

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Bromeliad groups : The picture above shows representatives of the three bromeliad subfamilies. From left to right, Pitcairnoideae (Puya, a large terrestrial ...

THE BROMELIAD SOCIETY

Pineapple Fruit Ananas comosus Family Bromeliaceae - Stock Image

Pink pineapple bromeliad with variegated, thorny leaves - Stock Image

Bromeliad or pineapple plant (Bromeliaceae), Rincon de la Vieja National Park, Guanacaste

Bromeliaceae flower Pineapple, a bromeliad botanical information and tips

Ananas comosus

The genus Billbergia, belongs to the large family of Bromeliads and particularly includes many epiphytic species, growing over any other plant without ...

Bromeliad

Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Pineapples (Ananas comosus resp. Ananas sativus), a

Despite being discovered, collected and grown in Europe for centuries by the plant world aristocracy, to the the general public Bromeliads remained obscure ...

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The pineapple is a tropical plant with an edible multiple fruit consisting of coalesced berries,

Picture

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Bromeliads

Fruit of Ananas comosus © Marcelo Sellaro, RBG, Kew.

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Ananas bracteatus by palmbob

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Bromeliaceae (the bromeliads) is a family of monocot flowering plants -

Ananas comosus by Kell

Pineapple and Spanish Moss are familiar members of the Bromeliad family. They can be found in a wide variety of habitats from hot, dry deserts to moist rain ...

Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia.Bromeliaceae family.

Firecracker, Neophytum lymanii, Bromeliad Family Bromeliaceae - Stock Image

What are bromeliads

Bromeliad Red Pineapple Ananas bracteatus at the Naples, Florida Botanical Garden - Stock Image

Ananas comosus 'Champaca' - Ornamental Pineapple

... urn plant) is a species of flowering plant in the bromeliad family, native to Brazil. This plant is probably the best known species in this genus, ...

Commercial pineapple, Ananas comosus, in the field.

New, Nannorrhops palms in 20 cm pots with large sized leaves

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Ananas comosus - Pineapple (brown inflorescence)

Red Bromeliad, Bromeliaceae

The Bromeliaceae

BROMELIADS

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Guzmania

Guzmania gwendolyn, Guzmania Bromeliads. Bromeliaceae family.

Plants in the genus Neoregelia have ...

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Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia. This species is endemic

Bromeliaceae family. Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia. This species is endemic

The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family (Bromeliaceae). It is best known for the species Ananas comosus, the pineapple.

The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family (Bromeliaceae). It is best known

The genus Ananas belongs to the Bromeliad family (Bromeliaceae). It is best known

Bromeliaceae. Pineapple1.JPG · Pineapple, a bromeliad

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Ananas comosus is the pineapple. Although it is a terrestrial bromeliad, it has a relatively sparse root system. A common way to start a pineapple is from ...

Ananas comosus

Ananas comosus, edible pineapple –is a bromeliad

Ananas

Unripe, tender pineapple in a kitchen graden. Family: Bromeliaceae; Genus: Ananas

BROMELIAD

The pineapple is a tropical plant , originally from Brazil , Bolivia and Paraguay .The plant belongs to the genus Ananas from the bromeliad family

Stock Photo - The Vriesea belongs to the large genus of bromeliads. To this genus thus includes the pineapple. In colloquial language it is called flaming ...

Ananas lucidus

Ananas comosus - Pineapple

The family contains over 3000 described species in approximately 56 genera. The most well known bromeliad is the pineapple.

Ananas comosus 'Champaca' - Ornamental Pineapple

Pineapple (Latin Ananas) - genus of herbaceous plants of tropical bromeliads (Bromeliaceae)

Ananas lucidus - Image: Ananas lucidus kz 1

Bromeliad on rock - Chapada Diamantina Bahia Brazil - Stock Image

Ananas Bracteatus in the Bromeliad pineapple family - Stock Image

Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Pineapples (Ananas comosus resp. Ananas sativus), a

Download Bromeliad, Plant Of The Bromeliaceae Family Stock Photo - Image of sensuality, nature

The pineapple is a tropical plant , originally from Brazil , Bolivia and Paraguay .The plant belongs to the genus Ananas from the bromeliad family — Photo ...

The Bromeliads. Bromeliads (family Bromeliaceae) ...

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Bromeliad, plant of the Bromeliaceae family, that occurs throughout Brazil with hundreds of genus

The Bromeliaceae

Download Pineapple On A White Background. Pineapple Is A Plant Genus Of The Bromeliad Family

Neoregelia Cultivar 'Aztec' belongs to the Bromelioideae which is a subfamily of the bromeliads (Family: Bromeliaceae). includes the pineapple.

Pineapple is the common name for low-growing, fruit-bearing, tropical plants of the species Ananas comosus (also known as A. sativus) in the bromeliad ...

A bold clump of Guzmania placed at the bottom of an escalator in a shopping center

Pineapple Fruit Ananas comosus Family Bromeliaceae - Stock Image

Бромелиевые (Bromeliaceae). The Bromeliaceae (the bromeliads) are a family ...

Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia. Bromeliaceae family.

If you ask most people what a bromeliad is, most people probably wouldn't be able to answer. If you ask the same people what a pineapple is, you will get a ...

Red flower of a plant belonging to the pineapple family ( Bromeliaceae ) in the Stellenbosch

Bromeliad groups : The picture above shows representatives of the three bromeliad subfamilies. From left to right, Pitcairnoideae (Puya, a large terrestrial ...

THE BROMELIAD SOCIETY

Pineapple Fruit Ananas comosus Family Bromeliaceae - Stock Image

Pink pineapple bromeliad with variegated, thorny leaves - Stock Image

Bromeliaceae flower Pineapple, a bromeliad botanical information and tips

Bromeliad or pineapple plant (Bromeliaceae), Rincon de la Vieja National Park, Guanacaste

Acanthostachys strobilacea , Pinecone Bromeliad Click to see full-size image

The genus Billbergia, belongs to the large family of Bromeliads and particularly includes many epiphytic species, growing over any other plant without ...

Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Pineapples (Ananas comosus resp. Ananas sativus), a

Despite being discovered, collected and grown in Europe for centuries by the plant world aristocracy, to the the general public Bromeliads remained obscure ...

Picture

Download Guzmania Magnifica stock photo. Image of bromelia, tropical - 107163874

Firecracker, Neophytum lymanii, Bromeliad Family Bromeliaceae - Stock Image

What are bromeliads

Bromeliads

Fruit of Ananas comosus © Marcelo Sellaro, RBG, Kew.

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Ananas comosus

Bromeliaceae (the bromeliads) is a family of monocot flowering plants -

Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia.Bromeliaceae family.

Firecracker, Neophytum lymanii, Bromeliad Family Bromeliaceae - Stock Image

Bromeliad Red Pineapple Ananas bracteatus at the Naples, Florida Botanical Garden - Stock Image

Ananas comosus 'Champaca' - Ornamental Pineapple

... urn plant) is a species of flowering plant in the bromeliad family, native to Brazil. This plant is probably the best known species in this genus, ...

Pineapple Fruit Ananas comosus Family Bromeliaceae - Stock Image

The Bromeliaceae

Ananas bracteatus by palmbob

Pineapple (Ananas comosus) Bromeliaceae family, sale in the banana market of Manaus.

BROMELIADS

Focus

Pineapple and Spanish Moss are familiar members of the Bromeliad family. They can be found in a wide variety of habitats from hot, dry deserts to moist rain ...

Ananas comosus by Kell

Guzmania

Bromeliads. Plant Family – Bromeliaceae, the Pineapple ...

Fruti Pineapple

One of the most familiar plant to you would be pineapple.

Bromeliad, plant of the Bromeliaceae family, that occurs throughout Brazil with hundreds of genus

Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia. This species is endemic

(Above: Nong-noosh bromeliad garden.)

I don't know what this Bromeliad is, but it is statuesque, the inflorescence reaching well above my head. I took this shot next to Burl's 'chateau' at Rare ...

Bromeliaceae family. Neoregelia concentrica is a species of bromeliad in the genus Neoregelia. This species is endemic

Commercial pineapple, Ananas comosus, in the field.

Bromeliaceae

Depending on the variety of the bromeliad, the stalk may be long and put out

Ananas comosus - Pineapple (brown inflorescence)

Download Tropical Plant (Bromeliad, Pineapple Family) Stock Photo - Image of bloom,

pineapple