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Welcome to the
Bromeliad Society of San Francisco.

We are dedicated to the growth and spread of horticultural and scientific knowledge of the Bromeliad Family (Bromeliaceae) and enthusiasm for the preservation of its species and habitats.

For cultural information about Bromeliads go to BSI

SlideShows
Hardy Bromeliads for Bay Area Gardens

What are your Hardiest Bromeliads for the Bay Area?
Outside the Bay Area? The Tropiflora List

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Be sure to check our Links and Scrapbook.

 

t prodigiosaJune 15: Cuban Bromeliads and Flora
In Cuba 3 subfamilies of the Bromeliaceae are represented in 12 genera and 65 species. With 34 species Tillandsia offers the largest concentration and distribution. Their habitats will be discussed as well as which species are endemic or threatened. There will be a general overview of the genus tillandsia and the main novelities among them.

Dr. Sánchez has been a professor of Cuban Superior Education for 40 years and has been employed at the National Botanic Garden (Cuba) of the University of Havana from 1980 to the present. He has taught numerous subjects on the faculty of Biology in different branches of Botany.

 

 

 

 

 

T. violacea     R. cervantesii

 

BSSF Welcomes Guests
and New Members.
Meetings held
3rd Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. at
S. F. County Fair Building, Recreation Room
1199 9th Avenue and Lincoln Way (entrance to Golden Gate Park), San Francisco
(Note, February meeting is on the 28th)
See Maps for directions.

 

Membership is $15US per person or $20US per household annually. Membership includes a Monthly Newsletter sent via email or snail mail.

Checks may be payable to BSSF and sent to
Harold Charns Tres.
255 States St.
San Francisco, Ca. 94114
or contact Harold.

Annual Garden Tour, July 2017 Tour the San Francisco.

See Photos of past tours in our Facebook Page albums

Bromeliad Growing
The Bromeliad Society of San Francisco is an affiliate of the Bromeliad Society International, BSI. For complete botanical, habitat and horticultural information and indentification the BSI site is the best place to begin. The BSI publishes a bimonthly color journal with the latest bromeliad information and discoveries and membership is encouraged.

Visit our Links Page to other societies in San Francisco or of similar interest.
Be sure to also check the many links on the BSI site.

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