|AECHMEA ‘Alice Springs’||Skotak C||1998|
Mature open rosette to 1 metre diameter x 70cm. high. Marginated sport with cream / pink stripes on spiny green leaves found in a seedling batch. Erect branched spike to 2 metres tall, hanging pink scape bracts with multiple fascicles of rich orange / ochre floral bracts/ ovaries/sepals and yellow flowers which turn black when spent, typical of Ae. aquilega var. aquilega. Named after the "outback" Australian Northern Territory town of Alice Springs. Reg. Doc. 5/2016 by Eloise Beach.
Country of origin: Costa Rica
|Seed Parent: aquilega||Pollen Parent: aquilega|