- Flower nameAechmea blanchetiana
- Scientific nameAechmea blanchetiana
- AliasAechmea blanchetiana, bromeliad, ブロメリア, Yellow aechmea blanchetiana
- Place of originBrazil
- Place of floweringSubtropical region
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Aechmea blanchetiana
Aechmea blanchetiana or commonly called Yellow aechmea blanchetiana (scientific name: Aechmea blanchetiana) is an evergreen perennial of the family Bromeliaceae which grows naturally on the Brazilian Atlantic coast. It grows on trees. It is one of the greatest varieties of Aechmea Rosetta-like root leaves growing from the edge are brightly shining with the sun's sunlight, so the garden is bright. Leaf color changes depending on the sun and moisture contained. It becomes red when leaves are applied to the sun, and light yellow when it is shade. Also, if the moisture is high, the leaves turn green. Launch an orange long long flower stem from the center of a slender, smooth, unspiked root root. The inflorescence is extended from the tip of the flower stalk, a yellow and red flower bract is formed, and a small flower of salmon pink blooms. Flower blight immediately after flowering.
Common name: Aechmea blanchetiana, Scientific name: Aechmea blanchetiana, aka: Yellow Aechmea Blanchetiana, bromeliad, origin: Brazil, Environment: Teparate on the tree, life type: evergreen perennials, border plants, plant height: 60 to 200 cm, root foliage: Rosetta shape, leaf shape: oval shape, leaf height: 45 to 90 cm, leaf width: 5 cm, leaf margin: no spurs, leaf color: orange (when hit day), light yellow or bright yellowish, leafy: smooth and smooth, leaf shape: wide linear, aesthetizing period: January to December (ornamental plants) Shape: conical inflorescence, inflorescence length: 10 cm, inflorescence diameter: 15 to 20 cm, flower color: pink, salmon, flowering period: spring, petals: it will not open and ends in 3 days.