Origins: Same formula as Paul Isley’s T. Betty but seed grown in Guatemala
Bloom: Large, capitate inflorescence with bracts that barely escape the scape leaves, produces purple flowers and upper foliage gets a beautiful pink/red blush in bloom
Light: Strong indirect or filtered light, some direct light okay
Water: Spray or dunk twice a week, allow to dry within 6-8 hours. Soak monthly to rehydrate up to an hour as necessary
A classic hybrid with two tried and true parents. Beautiful large, open rosette shape with gently recurving leaves. This plant has been a prolific pupper for me; I bloomed a mother in 2017 and it's still producing pups! What more could you want? A beautiful, hardy plant that gives you lots more beautiful, hardy plants!
Large specimen plants are just starting to develop their bud/inflorescence as of 8/31