Please help me ID this Bromeliad
I got this from a local conservatory marked as Cryptantus Fosterina.
Upon researching I realized right away this doesn't appear to be correctly labeled. It isn't a Cryptantus. The lady in charge of the bromeliads was just as stumped as I was. She figured it could be any of the two families that produce pineapples. According to her, this plant will produce some small ones, but very sour and nasty to eat. (her experience, lol)
Both of us have exhausted our resources trying to find out what this plant is, or even what family to look for. This is why I am here. Wondering if any of you can recognize this plant?