Bromeliad Antonio Pink

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The “pink” in Bromeliad Antonio Pink describes the fuchsia bracts found in this cultivar, which sometimes produce short-blooming purple flowers. Its vibrant bract also gives it its nickname, the Pink Quill Plant. This plant is pet-friendly!

  • Each plant is unique; size and shape fluctuate by season so all measurements are shown as a range
  • Small plant measures between 14–18" tall from the soil line to the top of the foliage
  • Arrives in a nursery grow pot nestled in your planter choice

Plant Care

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Bright indirect light

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Water every 1-2 weeks

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Plant Bio

The pet-friendly Bromeliad Antonio Pink is sometimes known as the Pink Quill because of its exotic pink bracts; these blooms can last 3-6 months and produce short-blooming purple flowers under the right conditions. As the cultivar is native to tropical Ecuadorian rainforests, it prefers filtered water to tap water in its central cup and benefits from extra humidity and bright indirect sunlight most of the time. When your bromeliad has finished blooming, cut back its blooms to help it focus on new growth, or propagate the plant by removing one of its identical “pups."

Origin of Bromeliad Antonio Pink

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