close
  • No products in the cart.
Back
Pitcairnia pseudoundulata

code: 6979

Pitcairnia pseudoundulata

Out of Stock

A truly spectacular species from Northeastern Peru, first described by Prof. Dr. Werner Rauh.  A robust grower that produces many growths, resulting in dense clusters of many plants.  The leaves are very broad, about 6 inches and petiolate, with the wide leaf blade supported by a slender stem.  Flowers are on a long rachis and consist of a cluster of brilliant red flowers.  The flowers tend to lean to one side and come out of the side of a clump, into full view.  In cultivation this plant likes moist but well draining soil and bright indirect light to open shade.

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

Please Login or Register, before placing orders or adding to cart.