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Deuterocohnia lorentziana
Scientific Name: Deuterocohnia lorentziana ( Mez ) M.A.Spencer & L.B.Sm.
Synonym: Abromeitiella lorentziana, Pitcairnia lorentziana
Family: Bromeliaceae
Deuterocohnia  lorentziana
As Abromeitiella lorentziana at the Huntington Botanical Gardens
Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 9-11

Frost Tolerance: Hardy at least to 25F (-4C)

Sun Exposure: Full sun or part sun

Origin: Argentina

Growth Habits: Clumping rosettes, mound-forming, each rosette is 2 to 4 inches across (5-10 cm); dull green leaves, with few marginal teeth

Watering Needs: Needs good drainage


Blooming Habits:
The plant doesn't die after blooming. Although the flowers of the are still distinctively those of a Deuterocohnia, they are different the flowers of the others plants in the genus.

Fruiting Habits:

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