5154 - Bromeliads (Garden) - 2009-08-25|
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(Uploaded as: Fosterella pendulifloria)
Locality: USA - Fremont California - Outdoor Garden grown in a pot, bright light no direct sun
Photographer: Wesley Schilling
Note: Not sure if this is pendulifloria. Our night temps are in the mid 50's F and may be why the pinkish color shows up in the bud stage? Please comment (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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- Add Note: Charles Dills (2009-08-26) - It looks like it will have colored petals.
The only Fosterella I have had with colored petals was Fosterella spectabilis. That's what this MAY be.
- Identification: E.J.Gouda (2009-08-26) =Fosterella pendulifloria
- It looks a little bit like F.spectabilis the way it has been photographed, but it is probably just F.penduliflora that is quite variable and can have pinkish petals
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