|xQUESMEA ‘Pahoa’||Heckart D||2006|
Broad-leaved, tubular, bronze green rosette, flaring at the top, to 60cms. tall in spike. Woody stolons 5cms. long. Short, multi-branched inflorescence has flamboyant pink/orange bracts and pale lavender petals. Pahoa is the place where the breeder lives. The word Pahoa means dagger or knife in the Hawaiian language. Reg. Doc. 5/2012.
Country of origin: Hawaii USA
|Seed Parent: Aechmea manzanaresiana||Pollen Parent: Quesnelia Tim Plowman|