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Old 01-13-2018, 11:02 PM
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The leaf from the stem has a thin flat look and then as we progress up the leaf it becomes rounded.

Have nothing that looks like this or seen but I am still very much a beginner.

Waiting for that flower as mentioned. It could be a hybrid or anything really. Very interesting
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Here is a pic of the 2-headed plant.
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Looks very much like T. bergeri to me but the space on the stem between leaves makes T. aeranthos in the race as well.

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Looks very much like T. bergeri to me but the space on the stem between leaves makes T. aeranthos in the race as well.
It looks like bergeri. I'm excited for the flowers.
I also googled a bit and found Tillandsia schiedeana
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Have got Tillandsia schiedeana and 3 of its hybrids.

It is not any of those ones.

T. schiedeana is very different. Being relatively skinny, long and tall compared to T. bergeri being squat, wide and grows into a large ball shape.
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