Deuterocohnia lorentziana


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Deuterocohnia lorentziana

Deuterocohnia lorentziana is an attractive, terrestrial Bromeliad that forms dense mounds up to 2 feet (60 cm) tall. They are comprised of rosettes, up…


The genus Deuterocohnia was erected in 1894 by Carl Christian Mez in the Flora Brasiliensis. The genus name honors the German botanist Ferdinand Julius Cohn and microbiologist ( 1828-1898 ). It was a genus Cohnia present, by the Greek prefix deuteros for " second ", a new name was formed ( Cohnia Kunth synonym of Cordyline Comm. R.Br. ex and Cohnia Rchb f. Synonym of Oncidium Sw. ).

In the generic monograph by Smith & Downs (1974-1979) seven species are listed. By Spencer & Smith ( 1992) the species of the genus Abromeitiella Deuterocohnia have been assigned. The systematics of this group has been controversial, a German research project this ended in 2009 and confirmed the merger of the two genera.

Today includes about 19 species in the genus Deuterocohnia:

  • Deuterocohnia bracteosa W.Till & L.Hromadnik
  • Deuterocohnia brevifolia ( Grisebach ) MASpencer & LBSmith
  • Deuterocohnia brevispicata Rauh & L.Hromadnik
  • Deuterocohnia carmineoviridiflora ( roughness ) Gouda ( Syn: Deuterocohnia meziana var carmineoviridiflora roughness ): You got in the bromeliad 2012, Issue 3, pp. 115-117 the rank of a species and is native to Paraguay.
  • Deuterocohnia chrysantha ( Philippi ) Mez
  • Deuterocohnia digitata L.B.Smith
  • Deuterocohnia gableana R.Vásquez & P.L.Ibisch
  • Deuterocohnia glandulosa E.Gross
  • Deuterocohnia haumanii A.Castellanos
  • Deuterocohnia longipetala ( Baker) Mez
  • Deuterocohnia lorentziana ( Mez ) & MASpencer LBSmith
  • Deuterocohnia lotteae ( roughness ) MASpencer & LBSmith
  • Deuterocohnia meziana Kuntze ex Mez
  • Deuterocohnia pedicellata W.Till: it was released in 2005 and comes only at altitudes of about 1200 meters before only in the Bolivian department of Chuquisaca.
  • Deuterocohnia recurvipetala E.Gross
  • Deuterocohnia scapigera ( Rauh & L.Hromadnik ) MASpencer & LBSmith: Deuterocohnia scapigera subsp. sanctae - crucis R.Vásquez & P.L.Ibisch
  • Deuterocohnia scapigera ( Rauh & L.Hromadnik ) MASpencer & LBSmith subsp. scapigera
  • Deuterocohnia strobilifera var inermis L.B.Smith
  • Deuterocohnia strobilifera Mez var strobilifera


Abromeitiella lorentziana [Deuterocohnia] Bromeliad

Smooth-edged succulent leaves, spine tipped, with dull glossed silvery leather surfaces packed in tight elongated rosettes branching to form extensive rine gray hard edged sadistic cushions. Whew! Small green bromel beaked blossoms in tidy clusters native to rock crevices of Argentina--this is extremely slow growing and easily rotted if the base is kept too wet. Daunting.


Pod's Plant List

ThumbPlantStatusNotesEvents
Pickling Cucumber (Cucumis sativus 'Calypso')
Have
Cucumber (Cucumis sativus 'Early Cluster')
Have
Cucumber (Cucumis sativus 'Green Fingers')
Have
Cucumber (Cucumis sativus 'Homemade Pickles')
Have
Cucumber (Cucumis sativus 'Persian')
Want
(Thinking about it)
Siam Tulip (Curcuma Siam™ Sparkling)
Have
Variegated Candle Plant (Curio articulatus 'Variegatus')
Have
Teddy Bear Vine (Cyanotis beddomei)
Have
Japanese Holly Fern (Cyrtomium falcatum 'Rochfordianum')
Have
Bromeliad (Deuterocohnia brevifolia)
Have
Bromeliad (Deuterocohnia lorentziana)
Have
Variegated Flax Lily (Dianella tasmanica 'Variegata')
Have
Uruguayan Firecracker Plant (Dicliptera squarrosa)
Have
Orchid Cactus (Disocactus ackermannii)
Have
Tropical Hydrangea (Dombeya wallichii)
Want
Giant Squill (Drimiopsis botryoides)
Have
African Hosta (Drimiopsis maculata)
Have
Dyckia (Dyckia choristaminea 'Frazzle Dazzle')
Have
Bromeliad (Dyckia leptostachya)
Have
Orchid Cactus (Epiphyllum 'Dwarf White')
Have

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