What Does a Bromeliad Look like?

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A Bromeliad plant has a spiral arrangement of leaves although this varies from species to species. The leaves which have tiny scales that often overlap tightly to form a water reservoir. The plant's flowers grow on long stolons or atop the inflorescence. One known bromeliad is the pineapple.
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Bromeliads look like leaves and some do live in tree tops, but that sells the genus short. Bromeliads look like the top of a pineapple of which pineapple is considered a bromeliad
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