Aechmea triangularis is a species exclusive to the State of Espírito Santo in eastern Brazil. This stout and upright plant showcases chartreuse-gold leaves adorned with robust black marginal spines. Prior to flowering, the leaves fold back, forming a distinctive triangular shape and are flushed with a deep red hue. As the flower spike emerges, it displays dark pink bracts along the stem and a compact, cone-like flower head consisting of fuzzy silvery-white petals and dark blue flowers.
The intensity of the gold color in the leaves is influenced by the amount of light it receives, with more light resulting in a richer golden hue. In shaded conditions, the leaves tend to appear lighter green. Aechmea triangularis presents a captivating display of color variations and an intriguing flower structure, making it a standout choice for plant enthusiasts.
Plant size and bare root info
Fully Grown is an established plant with a root system. Please be aware that our fully grown plants will be shipped without blossoms, as this ensures their safe transportation and upon arrival, they will have the potential to bloom under proper care.
An Offset (pup) is a baby shoot that develops at the base of the plant, rooting to form a new plant identical to its parent.
All plants are shipped bare root. No pot and no soil.