Pink Quill is a member of the bromeliad family of air plants, and gets its name from the plume of bright pink bracts that last for months. Arching, narrow green leaves grow in a rosette with flower spikes appearing in summer. Its pink bracts are densely overlapping, with violet-blue flowers emerging for a brief show. Arrives in a grey-hued modernist planter with saucer.
- Bright indirect sun.
Spray with water until leaves are thoroughly wet, 2-3 times a week. The water that runs off should be enough to wet the roots. Do not soak base of the plant, which can cause the flower stem to rot.
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