|TILLANDSIA ‘Cyclone’||Dimmitt, Mark||1993|
Mature blooming plants are 27" (68cm) tall and 30" (76cm). diameter. Open rosette with semi-recurved, silvery white leaves, covered with flat scales. When wet leaves are pink. The peduncle is rose-colored and barely visible. The inflorescence is upright, almost digitate with up to 7 branched spikes, each 8-11 inches ( 20-27cm.) long. Spikes emerge upright and then they arch in a semi-spiral or swirling pattern. Spikes are shell pink and covered with fine scales. Petals are dark t purple. Reg. Doc. 1/2021 by Pamela Koide Hyatt.
Country of origin: Arizona USA
|Seed Parent: chiapensis (giant form)||Pollen Parent: roland-gosselinii|
|Dimmitt #1993-548-10 Bird Rock Tropicals ID #TX243|