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2. Zebra patterns in brilliant

One of the most popular representatives of bromeliads vrieziya beautiful or vrieziya brilliant (Vriesea splendens) - a plant that offers not only enjoy the beauty of the original spike inflorescence, but also unusual foliage. The transverse light stripes on the dark leaves of the vriezia most closely resemble the legendary designs of zebra skins.

Vriesea splendens
Vriesea splendens

The color range of beautiful vriese is very limited. But this does not prevent the plant from remaining a favorite of flower growers around the world. After all, the contrast of a dark green or purple-green base color with light green, whitish stripes of leaves always looks attractive. Yes, and variations in the shape of spots and stripes, shades of green in this bromeliad may differ.

The color of the inflorescences in Vriesia is not so varied: inconspicuous yellow flowers are usually surrounded by bright, red-scarlet bracts. The only "other" option is a rarer bright yellow color of the bracts.

The height of the beautiful Vriesia is limited to 30-50 cm. This plant develops in the form of a funnel-shaped, rather high rosette of leaves. At its base, layers grow - daughter plants.

The leaves of Vriezia beautiful are broad-lanceolate, shiny, very showy. The stripes are irregular, often replaced by different spots. Contrasting patterns can be either light green or silvery. The leaves at the top are folded down, which makes the rosette look more graceful and lush.

Vriesea splendens
Vriesea splendens

The spike of Vriezia brilliant is not quite ordinary, but easily recognizable. Flattened, xiphoid, often more elongated than that of tillandsia and other types of vriezia, it flaunts with bracts arranged in two rows, creating a strict "tile". Glossy scarlet, showy bracts hide real yellow flowers, respectively, also arranged in two rows.

Vriezia grows well both in diffused lighting and in partial shade, does not tolerate direct sunlight and feels great at room temperatures (the minimum decrease is up to 18 degrees). The only drawback of vriezia is its moisture content, which manifests itself in the requirements for both constant soil moisture and high air humidity. Water the vriezia by filling the funnel with water. The transplant is carried out as needed, from spring to mid-summer. Handling the plant requires caution, as this type of Vriezia is poisonous.

Vriezia is suitable for both modern and nostalgic interiors. Despite belonging to exotics, it has long become a classic plant. It is used in the design of any room, including the kitchen or bathroom. Because of its moisture-loving nature, Vriezia excellent can be kept in flower showcases, greenhouses, florariums, but more often it is grown as an ordinary potted plant in a substrate, and not as an epiphyte. The plant looks great with decorated soil.

Vriesea
Vriesea
Vriesea
Vriesea
Vriesea
Vriesea

The role of vriezia in the interior

  • as a bright soloist;
  • in the collection of bromeliads;
  • as a color or texture spot;
  • decorates empty and boring places;
  • planted in decorative florariums;
  • grown on snags and branches;
  • exhibited for contrast with openwork plants.

The varietal variety of Vriezia brilliant does not amaze the imagination, but individual hybrids and varieties are distinguished by smaller or larger sizes, shades of color of striped leaves, and the size of inflorescences. Even the timing of flowering differs in Vriesia: flowering plants can be found on sale all year round.

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