Bromeliad (Billbergia 'Moulin Rouge')


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Posted by Kathy547 ( Arkansas - Zone 8b) on May 17, 2016 1:29 PM

'Moulin Rouge' is a cross between Billbergia 'Domingos Martins' and Billbergia 'Afterglow.' The leaves/stalk are a grayish-green color with white mottling. When it's older, it will turn a reddish color.

I bought these the first week of April 2016. My husband had never noticed them before I guess & told me I might have to destroy some of my plants. He said there were a couple that looked like they had mold or were diseased or some bleach was splashed on them. I went to see what he was talking about and had to laugh. Getting splashed with bleach is exactly what they look like. I told him thats how they're supposed to look.

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