Tillandsia 'Folly'

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Tillandsia 'Folly'
Hybrid parentage Tillandsia hybrid
xiphioides × capitata 'Rubra'
Cultivar 'Folly'

'Folly' is a hybrid cultivar of the genus Tillandsia in the Bromeliad family.

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Folly Type of building

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<i>Ziegfeld Follies</i> Series of elaborate theatrical revue productions

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<i>In Praise of Folly</i> 1509 essay by Desiderius Erasmus

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Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. American theatrical impresario

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Perrotts Folly Tall tower built in 1758 in Birmingham, United Kingdom

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<i>The Goldwyn Follies</i> 1938 film by George Marshall

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Football Follies are collections of American football bloopers performed by National Football League players. Produced by NFL Films, these collections also spoof parts of popular culture. Mel Blanc joined in the fun in 1976 with The Son of Football Follies, and returned in 1989 for The Super Duper Football Follies. In addition, Jonathan Winters was featured in 1987's The NFL TV Follies, intended as a parody of the relationship between football and television.

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Overburys Folly

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Folly Mills Creek Fen Natural Area Preserve

Folly Mills Creek Fen Natural Area Preserve is a Natural Area Preserve located in Augusta County, Virginia. The preserve was dedicated in 1998, and was the first privately owned Natural Area Preserve to be dedicated in the state.

Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo

The Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, situated to the north of Saundersfoot and Tenby in Pembrokeshire, is a visitor attraction in Wales with around 500,000 visitors each year. Initially a farm attraction, the park is now also home to an indoor vintage funfair, a zoo with over 200 different species of animal and extensive indoor and outdoor adventure play areas.

Ranson's Folly is a surviving 1926 silent film produced by and starring Richard Barthelmess and costarring Dorothy Mackaill. It is based on a Richard Harding Davis novel and 1904 play, Ranson's Folly, and was filmed previously in 1910 and in 1915 by Edison.

Folly Pier

Folly Pier is a disused stone shipping quay, located on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, England; part of the Jurassic Coast. It is found on the east side of the island within the area of East Weares. Other piers within the area include King's Pier and Durdle Pier respectively. Folly Pier dates from the 17th century.

Crockers Folly

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