Quesnelia is a genus of the botanical family Bromeliaceae, subfamily Bromelioideae. Endemic to eastern swamps of Brazil, this genus contains 22 known species, primarily terrestrial growing. Larger varieties of Quesnelia have large green rosettes with a floral head of brilliant pink or red. The smaller species are tubular in shape, resembling billbergias, and are found growing epiphytically or on rocks in coastal mountains.
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Quesnelia 'Tim Plowman' is a popular cultivar of Q. marmorata. It is known for its tall, upright leaves that curl at the top. The thick leaves are green with reddish-purple spots on the inner and outer sides of the leaves. A mild wash of silver is evident giving it an overall pale green appearance. The inflorescence is branched on a tall spike with pink bracts and blue flowers. Absolutely beautiful! Looks even better in a nice pot with multiples. Do not overwater this Quesnelia and make sure it is not in wet or soggy soil or curls will straighten.Learn More