Attractive hardy bromeliad with golden-green leaves and brown-black spines. Aechmea triangularis flowers in late spring, with red bracts and blue flowers. It tolerates frost - some growers say it can take down to - 6 C (21 F).
Attractive bromeliad with golden-green leaves and brow-black spines.<em >Aechmea triangularisis native to Espírito Santo, in South East of Brazil. It produces an attractive inflorescence in late spring, with red bracts and blue flowers. At that moment, tips of leaves fold back forming a triangle, enhanced by dark red markings. Grow in bright sun conditions, with little or no fertilizer, to achieve more compact and colurful plants.
Aechmea triangularis can take low temperatures with little or no damage at -6 C (21 F) for several hours. Read an article in our blog: Aechmea triangularis survives to -6 C (21 F) and blooms
We offer one large rooted pup of Aechmea triangularis, of 25-40 cm, able to flower in one year. We ship it worldwide.
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|Herkunft der Arten||Amerika|
|Mindesttemperatur im Winter||-5 ºC bis 0 ºC|