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aechmea (bilbergia)


Price range: 7 - 7 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Mercados de Abastecimientos de Barcelona SA | Date: 2022-06-05

Aechmea Bilbergia

Aechmea is a genus of tropical plants in the family Bromeliaceae. The genus includes about 100 species, many of which are popular houseplants. Aechmeas are native to Central and South America, from Mexico to Argentina. Aechmeas are generally herbaceous perennials with rosettes of stiff, leathery leaves. The leaves are often brightly colored, and the flowers are borne in showy inflorescences. Many species of aechmea are cultivated as ornamental plants, and they are popular as houseplants due to their attractive foliage and colorful flowers. Aechmeas are generally easy to care for, and they can be propagated by division or from seed. They prefer bright, indirect light and well-drained soil. Most species are not frost-tolerant, so they must be brought indoors in winter in cooler climates. Aechmeas are popular houseplants because of their attractive foliage and colorful flowers. They are easy to care for and can be propagated by division or from seed. Aechmeas prefer bright, indirect light and well-drained soil. Most species are not frost-tolerant, so they must be brought indoors in winter in cooler climates. The Aechmea genus, of which bilbergia is a subgenus, comprises around 170 species of flowering plants native to the tropical and subtropical regions of Central and South America. Most species are epiphytes, but some are terrestrial. They occur in rainforests, woodlands, and other habitats with high humidity and ample rainfall. Aechmeas are closely related to the genera Bromeliaceae and Tillandsia, and like them, they are characterized by a rosette of strappy leaves and showy flowers borne on a stalk (inflorescence). The flowers are typically bisexual (having both male and female reproductive organs), but some species are functionally unisexual (bearing either male or female flowers). The name "aechmea" comes from the Greek aichme ("spear point"), referring to the sharp tips of the leaves. The common name "bromeliad" is derived from the genus Bromelia, to which Aechmea is closely related. Aechmeas are popular as ornamental plants, both in the home and in public gardens. They are relatively easy to grow, and many species can be propagated by offsets or division. However, they do require some care, and their long-lived blooms make them especially well suited for use as cut flowers.

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