Bromeliad ‘Black Chantinii’ is a cultivar of an epiphytic species that grows in trees in the Amazonian rain forest. The stiff, strap-shaped, spine-edged leaves are dark maroon with horizontal bands of grey. The rosette of leaves form a water-holding ‘well’ at the rosette’s center. In summer the flower spike is topped with a red stalk topped with a cluster of yellow flowers and showy red bracts.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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