|TILLANDSIA ‘Holm's White Rose’||Holm B.||1995|
Mature plant 11 cm. high x16 cm. diameter. Caulescent, compact , very open rosette. The long leaves are channeled, strongly recurved, quite stiff, smooth and tiny adpressed trichomes give them a silver-grey colour. The long, slender, erect inflorescence exceeds the foliage with light pink bracts. The flowers are- surprisingly and in contrast to T. 'Poor Ixy'- white tinted lavender. Reg. Doc. 10/2016 by Tanja Richter.
Country of origin: Germany
|Seed Parent: ixioides||Pollen Parent: stricta var. albifolia|