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Aechmea x lanjouwii SEL2006-0109 Suriname
Aechmea x lanjouwii SEL2006-0109 Suriname

code: 7560-O

Aechmea x lanjouwii SEL2006-0109 Suriname

$45.00 In Stock: 3

A bromeliad, rare in cultivation, native to the Guyana Shield formation of Suriname where it grows as a lithophyte on granite in the vicinity of Voltzberg.  Originally described as a species by L.B. Smith, it is now recognized as a natural hybrid of Aechmea aquilega and Aechmea moonenii.  A large grower with spiny, strap-like leaves of bronzy-green form an upright rosette to over three feet tall.  The inflorescence is nodding, with yellow branches in a loose cluster, and long pinkish-red scape bracts.  The flowers are deep yellow-orange.  Our plants originated from a field collection by Moonen and came to us from the collection of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens (SEL2006-0109).

  • Size

    Offset

    • Offset
Light Requirements
  • Indirect Sun
  • Full Shade
  • Part sun
  • Full sun
Water Requirements
  • Dry
  • Part Damp
  • Damp
  • Wet
Temperature Requirements
  • Cool
  • Intermediate
  • Warm
Blooming Seasons
  • Winter
  • Autumn
  • Summer
  • Spring
Fragrance
  • Fragrant
  • Not fragrant

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