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Fascicularia bicolor subsp. bicolor

Slightly less hardy than its cousin subsp. canaliculata, though this one is more succulent, with thicker textured, narrow, slightly spiny foliage, forming evergreen rosettes that bulk up quite quickly to form patches. Vivid blue flowers surrounded by a strong central zone of scarlet leaf bases, when each individual rosette is good and ready. Best in sun with shelter.

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Fascicularia bicolor subsp. canaliculata

Fascicularia bicolor subsp. canaliculata

A virtually completely hardy bromeliad, rarely affected by frost here and in cold areas merely needing a very sheltered site. Quite extraordinary in flower when the central leaves of the dark green rosettes of very thin, toothed foliage turn bright scarlet before the fat cluster of sky blue fleshy flowers open. Grow in well drained soil in sun or part shade.

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