Other species of Bromelaids: Alcantarea, Billbergias, Canistropsis, Edmundoas, Fascicularia, Hohenbergias, Nidulariums, Porteas, Quesnelias, and Special Soil.
Most of the Alcantarea species are very large growing plants. Alcantareas thrive for many years before flowering. Once in bloom they develop a huge, fantastic looking flower.
Billbergias usually grow tall compared with other Bromeliads. Billbergias are medium-sized to large plants with generally stiff leaves which range from green or gray to reddish and purple.
Hohenbergias have large tank rosettes which are mostly wide open. They develop reddish, spiny cones on a long inflorescence when flowering.
Porteas develop large and tall growing green rosettes. They produce long, branching inflorecenes with purple berries on it.
Quesnelias are green leaved, spiny Bromeliads which produce very intensely colored Flowers.