Fascicularia bicolor subsp. bicolor

Fascicularia bicolor subsp. bicolor

Canaliculate-Leaved Crimson Bromeliad

£14.99

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3Ltr

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SKU: 255071

Description

Family Bromeliaceae
Originating from Chile

A terrestrial bromeliad, unlike most that grow in trees, forming architectural ground cover, with blue flowers amidst bright red foliage, hailing from the cool, damp coast of Chile yet drought-tolerant. The Crimson Bromeliad is a plant of paradoxes and great beauty. It forms low colonies of arching, spiky evergreen leaves that begin to turn brilliant scarlet in late summer, with a central cluster of cobalt blue flowers developing at the centre of the foliage rosette. Stunning as a backdrop for taller spiky plants, it is easy to grow in poor soil in sun or part shade.

After 2 – 5 years 30cm x 50cm

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Urban Jungle Suffolk

London Road, Weston,
Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8TT
Opening hours
Nursery 10am to 5pm. March-October
10am to 4pm or dusk if earlier. November-February
Café 10am to 4pm. March-October
10am to 3pm. November-February
Garden Centre Telephone: 01502 219110
Cafe Telephone: 01502 559103
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Urban Jungle Norfolk

Ringland Lane, Old Costessey,
Norwich, Norfolk NR8 5BG
Opening hours
Nursery 10am to 5pm. March-October
10am to 4pm or dusk if earlier. November-February
Café 10am to 4pm. March-October
10am to 3pm. November-February
Garden Centre Telephone: 01603 744997
Cafe Telephone: 01603 857196
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