Origins: Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador
Bloom: Short, slender, compound inflorescence with green to yellow bracts and white flowers
Ideal for: Outdoors with frequent water/humidity and good air flow
Light: Strong indirect, partial direct, and/or filtered light
Water: Spray or dunk 2-3x a week, allow to dry within 6-8 hours. Soak monthly to rehydrate up to 4 hours as necessary
Like many other grassy-type species, remota can grow into large clumps spherical clumps. Remota is said to have fragrant flowers, but I have not personally noticed this on the ones I have bloomed. Perhaps it is like usneoides and the fragrance is faint given how small and delicate the flower is.