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Billbergia pyramidalis ‘Kyoto’ (VARIEGATED Torch Bromeliad)

Billbergia pyramidalis ‘Kyoto’ (VARIEGATED Torch Bromeliad)

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This 3 Pack of Billbergia Pyramidalis 'Kyoto."  This bromeliad is best known for its beautiful pink to red flowers that look like a torch. This is a rare variegation of a Flaming Torch Bromeliad. This variegation's flowers have purple tips, and its emerald green foliage has white edges. 

Very easy to grow although not in direct sunlight.

Billbergia pyramidalis are native to northern and eastern Brazil. This variegation is a species of bromeliad that was brought to California, from Japan, in 1975. 

The very popular and easy to grow Flaming Torch bromeliads are sure to brighten your landscape or home. It grows best in clusters in shade to filtered-sun locations. This bromeliad will produce a beautiful pink and purple flower (torch) in the center. Best of all, even when the flower dies back, this bromeliad will continue to produce pups which will ensure that you have new blooms going forward. You can keep the new pup in the cluster or separate from the mother plant to transfer to a different location.


SUN: Med-Low

WATER: Mildly drought tolerant to tropical rains

NATIVE: South America


This cactus will ship bare root and will be ready to place directly in a well draining soil mix like our Custom Cactus Mix.

Photos in the listings unless otherwise specified are representative of the plant that will be sent to you.
However, Plants grow differently and each plant may vary slightly in shape, size, growth pattern, etc.
Of course, if you receive a plant that you are dissatisfied with please reach out to us. We want to make it right!

If temperatures near you are below 45℉ we highly recommend adding a Heat Pack to your order.
If temperatures where you live will be much lower than 20℉ even heat packs may not work. You may consider waiting until things warm up a bit. We know you love your plants just like we do and we wouldn't want any of them to freeze.

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