This plant has no fragrance
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Aechmea fasciata is an evergreen perennial with funnel-shaped rosettes of grey leaves. A dense, central, terminal spike of purple tubular flowers is formed, often with colourful, pink triangular bracts. It produces a spherical, woolly, fleshy fruit. Like many other bromeliads, this species naturally occurs in woodland, scrub or rocky areas, and is a popular indoor plant that may even be grown outdoors in subtropical and tropical regions.
Common problems with Bromeliad
Scale insects can be a problem on young leaves.
How to harvest Bromeliad
Harvest the seeds once the seed pod is ripe
How to propagate Bromeliad
Sow seeds as soon as they are ripe and mature
Divide clumps during late spring or early summer.
Special features of Bromeliad
Good container plants, use gritty well draining growing medium.
Place in high light areas out of direct sunlight.
Other uses of Bromeliad
Grown for their flowers and foliage.
Add these plants to your space to give an exotic feel.