Immerse yourself in the “Bromeliad World” at the San Diego Botanic Garden

During the outbreak, many people found comfort in growing houseplants – and joy. There is no sign of an increase in the demand for houseplants, and the current exhibition of San Diego Botanic Garden is one of the most famous in the “Bromeliad world – ya ya to pineapple.”

Bromeliad, the sapphire tower, is known for its versatility and wide variety of tropical plants, including tropical plants and — yes, pineapple —. Conditions for growth are considered to be particularly favorable in Southern California.

The “Bromeliads World” featured on display at the 8,000-square-foot Dickinson Family Education Construction on September 26 at the San Diego Botanic Garden Lena, 37 acres. The state-of-the-art, glass-enclosed structure opened on a $ 6.5 million tropical beach last year as a learning center.

Bromeliads’ bright, long-lived flowers are a major factor in their popularity.

(Brandy Ede)

“I love Bromiliad very much because of its diversity,” said Ari Novi, president and CEO of San Diego Botanical Garden with a doctorate in plant biology. “In fact, there are 3,590 known species of bromeliad, almost all of them from the United States.

They include small but powerful Spanish valleys, such as sapphire towers, magnificent houseplants, and delicious pineapple. How bromeliad plants improve to success and at the same time delight all our senses.

Highlights of the “Bromeliad World” Visitors include a site that uses a microscope to view the biodiversity of the creatures in Bromiliad’s reservoirs. Over the weekend, visitors can learn how to buy unusual and unique plants in the marketplace and take care of their purchases.

Renee Van Rams, creative director of the San Diego Botanical Garden, led the exhibition.

Renee Van Rams, creative director of the San Diego Botanical Garden, led the exhibition design, which included interactive displays.

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The San Diego Botanical Garden offers exhibitions of three different types of bromiliates in collaboration with three local nurseries – Bird Rock Tropics, Olive Hill Greenhouse and Sunrise – as well as 20 private collections of members of the San Diego Bromide Association. Renee van Rams, a creative director of the garden, is a member of the American Flower Designers Institute and directs the design of the show.

Entrance to the “Bromeliad world” Included in the price of the entrance to the garden, 300 quail gardens drive, Incinitas. Members receive free admission; Unregistered subscriptions range from $ 10 to $ 18. The San Diego Boutique Garden offers free admission to members of other gardens participating in the American Gardening Association’s Entrance Program.

For more information about booking, call (760) 436-3036 or visit sdbgarden.org.

Seedlings and private collectors joined in the exhibition at the San Diego Botanic Garden.

Seedlings and private collectors joined in the exhibition at the San Diego Botanic Garden.

(Brandy Ede)

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