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I placed my order with Tropiflora on Wed 9-14 and I received it on Saturday 9-17. Prety fast from Florida to Washington State. I order a number of bromeliad offsets and a fern collection.

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Box was taped and stapled shut

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Here's a bunch of nursery stamps

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Plants wrapped with lots of Orlando newspaper

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Plus an invoice

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Citrinum

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Inca x Fireball

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Chiquita Linda - these were very cheap, so I got two

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Neoregelia x Fireball

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OK, I have them into a temporary terrarium right now, They are with my carnivorous plants, until I get their terrarium done.

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Pink Starlight, probably my favorite.

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A large Tigrina

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The fogger in the terrarium

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I have the offsets standing up in my egg crate - worked great.

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Full terrarium view

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A few ferns and my Heli.Minor.

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I always take my broms and soak them in a bucket of dechlorinated water for about 2 hours when I get them. I have found that usually opens up the rossette nicely after having been wrapped in newspaper for a couple days as well as it rehydrates them nicely.
 

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I always take my broms and soak them in a bucket of dechlorinated water for about 2 hours when I get them. I have found that usually opens up the rossette nicely after having been wrapped in newspaper for a couple days as well as it rehydrates them nicely.
Thanks, that's great advice. I used to do that for my tillandsias also.
It also how I would water them..

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