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tillandsai clump

Posted by bradisha Z10 / 11 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 1, 13 at 17:46

Clumping nicely, not sure of the name.


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RE: tillandsai clump

Very nice! I was lucky enough to find this well established funkiana clump at a local green house. The angle doesn't show it very well, but at a glance it looks like a cutting from an evergreen like a fir or spruce.


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RE: tillandsai clump

That was a great find I am sure it would probably take a few years to grow such a beautiful clump of funkiana.


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RE: tillandsai clump

The first picture reminds me of one I got recently, Tillandsia ionantha vanhyningii (though it also looks a bit like Tillandsia aeranthos 'Miniata', too). The second looks a lot like Funkiana. You can search around using those names to see if these are right guesses or get leads on other possibilities.


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RE: tillandsai clump

Thanks Debby I will google the names its always good to know the correct names of your plants just in case someone ask LOL!


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