|TILLANDSIA ‘Etna’||Koide Hyatt, Pamela / Bob Hudson*||1993|
Mature silvery-leaved, scurfed rosette with recurving leaves, to 30cms. diameter. At blooming, the inner grey-green leaves flush pink / red.. Upright spike of pink scape bracts and mauve flowers. Named after the Sicilian volcano Mount Etna. Pollen parent T. bradeana was known as T. abdita when imported into Australia. Capitata Group. See also T. 'Marvelous Masterpiece'. Reg. Doc. 11/2012 by Bob Hudson.
Country of origin: California USA
|Seed Parent: rothii||Pollen Parent: bradeana (formerly abdita)|
|Bird Rock Tropicals code TX336|