Tillandsia graomogolensis (grao-moe-goe-LEN-sis) used to be called T. kurt-horstii. It has the same basic shape as T. streptocarpa but the leaves are much fuzzier (coarser trichomes) and the flowers are a solid dark blue instead of a lighter blue combined with white. It grows into a spherical clump and the blooms are sweetly fragrant. With bright light it will develop quickly into a wonderful clump.
Sun exposure: Bright filtered light.
Water requirement: Low.
Each living plant is unique and may vary slightly in size, colour or shape depending on the season. Flowering plants are sent when available.
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