Dwarf Blue Tango
This is a patented hybrid plant
Type: Epiphytic Bromeliad
- Many Bromeliads grow as epiphytes, growing on top of other plants and organisms in a non-parastic manner. Bromeliads can grow high up in the forest canopy on top of other trees
- Bromeliads commonly have “tanks” formed by their tightly overlapping leaves at the base of the plant. This resiovoir collects water from rainfall, and allows the plant to take up water after rainfall.
- Bromeliads undergo CAM photosynthesi
- Flower, if in bloom, is bright with vivid blue and pink colors (see picture below).
- Note the spiny edges of the leaves that would prevent predators.
- Basin where water can collect at the center of this plant
- This plant is a hybrid plant created and patented in a hybrid lab. The beauty of the flowers appeals plant collectors (See picture).