Quesnelia

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 'marmorata' is an upright, flaring tube of light green lightly spotted with reddish-purple leaves. The inflorescence is a pink branching spike with pink bracts and blue flowers. A pretty plant that grows well mounted or potted.

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