Guests are sure to be intrigued when you display these Three Bromeliads on Grape Wood. Three different stunning plants live on a piece of California grape wood rather than in a pot of soil and display a variety of leaf sizes and colors. One specimen, the Tillandsia Cyanea, is native to the rain forests of Ecuador and has stemless rosettes of thin, recurved leaves and displays paddle-shaped spikes of 20 pink bracts with violet flowers in spring and autumn. It is often known by its common name, pink quill.
All three of the bromeliads displayed on this tumbled reclaimed grape vine are of the epiphytic variety, also known as "air plants." These plants grow harmlessly upon another plant (such as a tree) and gather moisture and nutrients from the air, rain, and sometimes from debris accumulating around them. Another common epiphytic bromeliad is Spanish moss, while a familiar bromeliad of the terrestrial variety (meaning it grows in soil) is the pineapple.
Hang this three bromeliads on grape wood arrangement in bright sunlight and enjoy their colorful flowers for months. After blooming, they will send out offsets that will grow to full size in 1-2 years and can be relocated to a new home.
• Hanging air plant garden • Displayed on reclaimed grape wood • Three varieties of epiphytic bromeliads • Grow indoors near a bright window or outside on a patio or balcony • Care instructions included
8"L x 9"W x 32"H
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