T. espinosae Large Form
This plant is rather special, it has long leaves of a pale green color combined with silvery tones, each blade ending in very thin points. The leaves are straight and spread outwards, giving the plant a rather wide structure. But what makes this species unique is the way it reproduces new pups. Instead of its offsets growing out of the actual parent plant, it grows in a stoloniferous manner, meaning its offsets grow from the stolon that extends out of the parent plant. A species that does not just have an interesting reproduction process, but also has an interesting appearance. The plant has a striking inflorescence, it grows a tall spike of a vibrant red color, and tubular flowers that are dark violet.
Suggest growing condition
Light: Bright light
Water: At least once every 2 days
*Watering frequency is determined by growing environment.