Bromeliad Tillandsia Cyanea 70mm

Bromeliad Tillandsia Cyanea 70mm
Bromeliad Tillandsia Cyanea 70mm

Bromeliad Tillandsia Cyanea 70mm

Tillandsia cyanea, also known as Pink Quill or Pink Feather, is a popular species of bromeliad native to Ecuador.

Tillandsia cyanea is an epiphytic plant that typically grows to around 12-18 inches tall. It has long, narrow leaves that are green in colour and a central pink or purple inflorescence that resembles a feather or quill. The inflorescence is composed of several small, tubular flowers that bloom over a period of several weeks, and it can last for several months before fading.

The leaves of Tillandsia cyanea are covered in fine, silvery hairs that help the plant absorb moisture and nutrients from the air. They also have a slight curve to them, which gives the plant an elegant, flowing appearance.

Tillandsia cyanea is a relatively easy plant to care for and it can be grown indoors or outdoors in bright, indirect light. It prefers high humidity and should be misted or soaked in water once a week. The plant can also be fertilized every few months with a diluted liquid fertilizer to promote healthy growth and vibrant blooms.

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