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Tillandsia cyanea

Tillandsia cyanea cyanea

Tillandsia cyanea or Pink Quill is a species of flowering plant in the bromeliad family, subfamily Tillandsioideae. An epiphyte native to Ecuador, T. cyanea is among the most commonly cultivated bromeliad species. The foliage grows in a rosette of thin, recurved leaves and the inflorescence is a plume of pink or red bracts from which violet flowers emerge. Tillandsia cyanea cyanea Tillandsia cyanea Stub icon This bromeliad article is a stub. More

Propagation: Tillandsia cyanea are propagated by division or seed. Plants can be divided at anytime of the year. Seeds are germinated on peat moss with temperatures of 65 degrees. Seeds need light to germinate. Tillandsia cyanea was featured as Plant of the Week October 8-14, 1999. More

tillandsia cyanea can be propagated with offsets. More