Common name: Puñeñe, Sun BromeliadHeight: 1mGrowing: slowFoliage: evergreen Flowers / Fruits: tiny blue purple flowers Site: sun to partial shade Soil: acidic to slightly alkaline, well-drained soil. Irrigation: abundant Hardiness: semi-hardy -5ºC
Long description: Unique Bromeliad, also known as Sun Bromilead. The bicolor has a fiery bright autumn color. The scarlet flushed leaves together with the hearth of turquoise flowers will have dazzling effect, which will catch anyone’s attention. Be careful, the beauty of this plant is protected by a sharp and spiky leave edge! Flowering usually takes place in early autumn. During this time the color of leaves also turns from green into a bright fiery color. The turquoise flowers are only present for a short period of time. However, the glowing red richness of the leaves will stay until spring!