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Collect all of the lively bromeliads in our collection!
We are not very sure of this Green Bromelia, whether it is a Vriesea ospinae or Pitcairnia sanguinea, but we sure believe it is highly likely that it is a hybrid bromelia.
This is because most Vriesea are epiphytes and grow soil-less on trees. What’s very common in Bromelia species is that they are highly likely not to have roots (or lack thereof), as they take in nutrients through the center ‘tank’ of the leaf rosette – so make sure they are well-hydrated.
Bromeliads thrive in shady and humid forest floors, and they are a big fan of the breeze (they get their nutrients through the wind also!)
Things you need to know
Mexico, Central America, South America and the West Indies
Ø pot 15cm
Toxic if ingested