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The ‘Blue Tango’ bromeliad is a pretty new hybrid, it creates a hot pink and bright blue color. The flower stalk stands high above the foliage and bears hot pink branches of small brilliant blue bracts. This cultivar can be grown indoors or in warmer climates, preferably climates that don’t hit freezing temperatures often. It prefers bright, indirect light and can be 24-36 inches tall. The plant has sharp edges. The Blue Tango bromeliad does not set seed because the flowers are sterile.
Spotted at the Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago, Illinois on February 2, 2019.
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