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Aechmea fosteriana

Aechmea fosteriana was first collected by Mulford and Racine Foster during their 1939 trip to Brazil (detailed in their book Brazil - Orchid of the Tropics). It is a tubular plant with wide, strap shaped leaves that are up to 2 feet long. The leaf surface has irregularly shaped, dark, usually incomplete cross bands with a matte green ground color. The Inflorescence is composed of spreading branches. Aechmea fosteriana is excellent mounted on wood or tree surfaces and can take direct sun when acclimatized. As you can see by the photos, this Species can assume many color variations based on lighting and other environmental factors. Can reach up to 20" tall.

Multiple plant clump shown. Buyer receives one offset (medium to large size).

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