Origins: Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil
Bloom: Pink to red inflorescence and bracts with purple tubular flowers
Ideal for: Outdoors
Light: Adaptable, best in strong indirect light.
Water: Spray or dunk once a week, allow to dry within 6-8 hours. Best to display horizontal or upside down so water doesn't get trapped under the leaves and rot the plant
Seleriana has quickly become a fan favorite because of its very unique shape and size. Commonly compared to an onion in physical appearance, this is a myrmecophyte that can be susceptible to rot. There is a lot of space in between leaves, and this is an ageotropic plant, which means it is best displayed sideways or upside down to help avoid rot