Rare form of fasciculata with spectacular flower. The upright rosettes have stiff, silvery-green leaves that can grow upto 60 cm in length. The long-lasting inflorescence is branched with red, yellow or orange bracts. Prefers medium to full sun.
Also called the Giant Wild Pine for its 1.2m span, the wide, pale grey-green leaves of this giant brom arch out to nearly 60cm. The flower stalk grows over 2m tall and bears pale cream to ivory blooms, starting to flower at the bottom and gradually moving upwards. Always a single plant, it does not produce any secondary pups, and dies after flowering and seeding. Prefers part to full sun.