The list of book on Bromeliads Compiled by Lynette Wageman July 2011

  1. Baensch, Ulrich Blooming bromeliads, by Ulrich Baensch and Ursula Baensch. Mansfield, MA., Hagen, 1994. 270 p. col. ill.
  2. Beadle, Don A. Bromeliad cultivar registry, compiled for the Bromeliad Society International, 1998. 423 p.   Benzing, David H.
  3. * Biology of the bromeliads. Eureka, CA., Mad River Press Inc., 1980. 305 p. ill.  
  4. * Bromeliaceae: profile of an adaptive radiation. Cambridge Univ. Press, 2000. 690 p. ill.  
  5. Bromeliads: a cultural handbook. 3d ed. Arcadia, CA., The Bromeliad Society, 1977. 104 p. ill.  
  6. Butcher, Derek R. Hybridist's handbook and checklist of Bromeliad Hybrids and cultivars, compiled by Derek R. Butcher under the auspices of the Bromeliad Society of S.A. (Australia). 2d ed. 1986. 66 p.  
  7. Catalog of earth stars and tropical collections [by Bob Whitman and Warren Loose] Beaumont, TX., Southern Exposure, 1990. 56 p. ill. (Sale catalog)  
  8. . Dimmitt, Mark A. Bromeliads: a cultural manual. The Bromeliad Society, 1992. 44p. col. ill.  
  9. Frank, J. H. Mosquito production from bromeliads in Florida. Gainesville, FL., Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Univ. of Florida, 1994. 19 p. col. ill.  
  10. Handbook for judges, and exhibitors. Austin, TX.., The Bromeliad Society, 1987. 60 p. (Library has other editions)  
  11. International checklist of bromeliad hybrids. Los Angeles, CA, The Bromeliad Society, 1979. 75 p.   Isley, Paul T III  
  12. * Genus Tillandsia : the world's most unusual air plants. Rev. ed. 1977. 22 p. col. ill.  
  13. * Tillandsia, the world's most unusual air plants. Gardena, CA., Botanical Press, 1987. 256 p. col. ill.  
  14. * Tillandsia II: the world's most unusual air plants. Redondo Beach, CA., Botanical Press, 2009. 287 p. col. Ill  
  15. Kiff, Lloyd F. Distributional check-list of the genus Tillandsia. Encino, CA., Botanical Diversions, 1991. 93 p.   Kramer, Jack  
  16. * Bromeliads: the colorful houseplants. Princeton, D. Van Nostrand Co., 1965. 113 p. col. ill.  
  17. * Bromeliads: the horticulturists guide to a houseplant of unparalleled beauty with instructions on how to grow more than 200 bromeliads indoors and out. N.Y., Harper & Row, 1981. 179 p. col. ill. (many pages/sections loosened from spine - falling apart). Leme, Elton M. C.  
  18. * Bromeliads in the Brazilian wilderness. Text by Elton Leme, photographs by Luiz Claudio. Rio de Janeiro, Marigo Comunicacao, 1993. 183 p. col. ill.  
  19. * Canistropsis: bromeliads of the Atlantic Forest. Rio de Janeiro, Salamandra, 1998. col. ill  
  20. * Canistrum: bromeliads of the Atlantic Forest. Rio de Janeiro, Salamandra, 1997. 107 p. col. ill.  
  21. * Nidularium: bromeliads of the Atlantic Forest. Rio de Janeiro, Sextante Artes, 2000. 263 p. col. ill.
  22. Luther, Harry E. An Alphabetical list of bromeliad binomials, compiled by Harry E. Luther and Edna Sieff. Orlando FL., The Bromeliad Society, 1990
  23. Oliva Esteva, Francisco. Bromeliaceae of Venezuela: native and cultivated by Francisco Oliva-Esteva and Julian A. Steyermark. Caracas, Armitano, 1987. 397 p. col. ill. Padilla, Victoria.
  24. Bromeliad glossary, illustrated by Sue Gardner. Arcadia, CA., The Bromeliad Society, 1977. 72 p.
  25. * Bromeliads: a descriptive listing of the various genera and the species most often found in cultivation. New York, Crown Publishers, 1973. 134 p.
  26. * The Colorful bromeliads: their infinite variety. Los Angeles, The Bromeliad Society, 1981. col. ill.
  27. Paterson, William and Margaret, Bromeliad Hybrids; for my own pleasure. Queensland, Australia, W. and M. Paterson, 2011.
  28. Parkhurst, Ronald W. Book of bromeliads and Hawaiian tropical flowers. Makawao, HI., Pacific Isle Publishing Co., 2000. 216 p. col. ill.
  29. Pineapple: botany, production and uses. Edited by D. P. Bartholomew, R. E. Paull and K. G. Rohrbach. CABI Publishing, New York, 2003. X, 301 p. ill.
  30. Rauh, Werner.
  31. * Bromeliads for home, garden and greenhouse. Poole, Eng., Blandford Press, 1979. 431 p. col. ill. Originally published as Bromelien.
  32. * Bromeliad lexicon, edited by Peter Temple. 2d ed. Blanford, 1990 (Reprint of Bromeliad for home, gardens and greenhouse).
  33. Richter, Walter. Bromeliads. Arcadia, CA., The Bromeliad Society, 1977. 92 p.
  34. Shimizu, Hideo. New Tillandsia handbook, by Hideo Shimizu and Hiroyuki Takizawa. Japan Cactus Planning Co. Press, 1998. 135 p. col. ill.
  35. Smith, Lyman B. and Downs, Robert Jack
  36. * Pitcairnioideae. Hafner Press, New York, 1974. (Flora Neotropica, monograph #14 pt. 1)
  37. * Tillandsioideae. Hafner Press, New York, 1977. (Flora Neotropica, monograph # 14 pt. 2)
  38. * Bromelioideae. Hafner Press, New York, 1979. (Flora Neotropica, monograph #14, pt. 3) (v.1-3 2142 p.)
  39. Smith, Lyman B. Bromeliads (Jewels of the Tropics), paintings by Margaret Mee. South Brunswick & New York, A.S. Barnes, 1969. 54 p. col. ill.
  40. Steens, Andrew. Bromeliads for the contemporary garden. Portland, Timber Press, 2003. 198 p. col. ill.
  41. Tillandsia: from forest of Costa Rica to home, by Mila Anderson/John Hall. Illustrations by John Hall. Publisher: David Lee (no date or pagination).
  42. Zaghini, Shane. Bromeliads: a guide to the beautiful Neoregelia. Brisbane, Pep Colour, 1994. 30 p.


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