- Flower nameutriculata Pringlei
- Scientific nameTillandsi utriculata ssp. pringlei
- AliasTillandsi utriculata ssp. pringlei
- Place of originMexico
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is utriculata Pringlei
Tillandsi utriculata 'Pringlei' (scientific name: Tillandsi utriculata ssp. pringlei) is a perennial herbaceous plant of the family Bromeliaceae, genus Tillandsia, native to Mexico. It grows wild in its native country on trees, rocks and other well-ventilated areas. The leaves are silvery white and linear. In summer, the inflorescences grow out from between the leaves and produce pale yellow flowers.
Common name: Tillandsia utriculata 'Pringlei', scientific name: Tillandsi utriculata ssp. pringlei, place of origin: Mexico. Environment: tree tops, rocks and other well ventilated areas, Life type: evergreen, perennial, evergreen, land-locked plant, Vine length: 5-8 m, Stem diameter: 0.1 cm, Leaf color: silvery-white with scales, Leaf shape: linear, Leaf height: 4 cm, Leaf diameter: 0.1 cm, Inflorescence: alternate, Leaf sheath: 0.8 cm, Leaf sheath: ellipsoid, Inflorescence: solitary, Petal shape: narrowly oblong, Flower: 3 Petals, petals: none, flower color: pale yellow, flower length: 1 cm, flowering time: summer, flowering period: 4 days, bracts: ovoid with scales, sepals: narrowly ovoid, sepal length: 0.7 cm, fruit type: capsule, fruit shape: cylindrical, fruit length: 2.5 cm, seeds: with downy hairs, uses: greenhouse, packing cushions, floral arrangements.