Cryptanthus Zonatus Bromeliad Plant
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Care and Culture, Classification
This Brazilian species has broad,very stiff, wavy leaves with striking zebra-like banding.
There are a number of varieties with different colored leaves, including viridis, green with silver bands, and fuscus, red-brown with silver bands. All need good light and a minimum winter temperature of 55 degrees F (13 degrees C).
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I purchased as scarlet bromeliad. The scarlet “flower” is scalloped on the edges and the total length of the red part is about 8-10 inches. Now little tube like yellow growths with stamens or pistils are coming out of each scalloped petal. What is the name of the bromeliad? What are the tube-lie growths and how are they to be treated? The foliage is quite lovely. The pot that it is in in about 5-6 inches. Should it be transplanted to a larger pot? It is in a 9-foot south window and the temperature is a constant 70-72 degrees. it is so beautiful and different, I donm’t want anything to happen to it. Thank you for any information. I
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