Aechmea Pineliana Bromeliad
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Care and Culture, Classification
This Central American species is a rosette about 2ft (60cm) across, with dark green leaves banded silver below and with black spines on their edges.
The dense spike of yellow flowers is surrounded by bright red bracts, while the floral bracts have light brown bristles at their tips, giving a teazle-like appearance. The leaves will become red in a good light, particularly at flowering time, which is usually May or June.
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