|TILLANDSIA ‘Holm's White Star’||Holm B.||1995|
Mature open rosette to 18 cm. diameter x 10cm. high. Widely recurved, long, channeled leaves which are solid, hard yet flexible, smooth and densely covered with tiny, adpressed silvery-white trichomes, more like T. recurvifolia. The inflorescence with a long arched peduncle has light pink to salmon, scurfy bracts and bears 6-8 yellow flowers. The inflorescence has darker pink bracts and richer yellow flowers than T. 'White Star' (Dimmitt) with reverse parentage. Reg. Doc. 1/2017 by Tanja Richter.
Country of origin: Germany
|Seed Parent: recurvifolia (formerly meridionalis)||Pollen Parent: ixioides|