Androlepis skinneri is a terrestrial bromeliad, native to Central America and southern Mexico. It is an extremely popular landscape plant because it can be placed in full sunlight and will become a very intense red color when done so. It also tends to be quite hardy and even drought tolerant. It can grow to extreme size, in some cases as large as 5' across. It is one of the only bromeliads that is dioecious, meaning there is a male and female plant. When it blooms, the flower spike can reach up to 4' in length and tends to be snow white in color.
VERY LARGE GROWTH HABIT
Picture shown is of a mature plant representing what it can look like when grown in the proper conditions.
Buyer receives offset 1/3 to 2/3 size of mature plant.
All plants shipped bare root without soil unless otherwise noted.
|Growth Habit |
Growth Habit describes the size of an adult plant. For more information on sizes, visit...
|Very Large Growth Habit|
|Lighting Requirements |
Lighting Requirements describes the optimal amount of direct sunlight a plant should have for best color. For more information on lighting visit...
|Strong Filtered Light, Tolerates Full Sun, Tolerates Some Full Sun,|