Wednesday, 9 December 2020
Aechmea recurvata recurvata
Another near-hardy bromeliad – definitely hardy to a few degrees below zero, planted in a very free-drained bed as you would Fascicularia, or mounted on a branch or wall as an epiphyte.
The small rosettes are green and produce dense stemless inflorescences of vivid pink and purple, surrounded by red tinted leaves.
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Labels: Aechmea, Brighton Plants Nursery, recurvata
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