Fasicularia Bicolor. Hardy Bromeliad.
The Fasicularia Bicolor has a unique and interesting tropical look whilst also being the hardiest of all the Bromeliads. Rosettes of slender, tapering leaves are mid-dark green in colour with small soft teeth along their margins. In summer, the innermost leaves of each mature rosette turn scarlet red and a dense central cluster of pale sky blue tubular flowers are produced. This very exotic looking plant is definately one for the collectors making a wonderful architectural addition to any garden.
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FASICULARIA BICOLOR. Hardy Bromeliad
Latin Name: Fasicularia Bicolor
Common Name: Hardy Bromeliad, Chilean Hardy Pineapple.
Native to: Central Chille.
Growth: Rare. Evergreen. Slow growing. Compact rosettes of long narrow dark green tapering leaves. Soft teeth along leaf margins. In summer central leave turn scarlet red and sky blue tubular flowers are produced in the centre. Easy to grow. Drought tolerant.
Sun: Sun/partial shade.
Soil: Fertile.Sharply drained.
Moisture: Keep dryish in winter.
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