Aechmea Nudicaulis Bromeliad
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Care and Culture, Classification
This is one of the aechmeas that form tall upright tubes. The few leaves are 1-3 ft (30-90cm) high, depending on the particular clone, with strong black spines on the edges.
The flower spike, produced in May, is a long-lasting cylindrical head of bright yellow flowers cupped in brilliant red stem bracts. It is very free-flowering and produces offsets on strong prickly stolons.
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