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Abromeitiella brevifolia
Also known as Abromeitiella chlorantha.
More commonly known as:
Abromeitiella
Ratings and Awards
This plant has been given an Award of Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society.


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This plant is an evergreen succulent originating from Japan, Korea and Manchuria. A bromeliad forming rosettes of succlent leaves, which is usually grown as a houseplant or in conservatory in well-drained compost. Do not overwater. The insignificant flowers, to 3cm long, are followed by grey-green berries.
characteristics
It's shape is described as low. It has tapering foliage that is grey/green. It produces flowers during mid summer that are tubular in shape and green in colour.
conditions and care
This is a tender plant.


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