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Tangerine Scarlet Star
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PLEASE NOTE: Our delivery service is door-to-door. Our drivers will deliver your items to your door or other designated area. For security and safety reasons our drivers are not authorised to enter your home so if you're ordering heavy items, please ensure you have the means to bring them inside.
RETURNS/EXCHANGES OF PLANTS
We're unable to accept returns or exchanges of plants so please check carefully before you place your order.
RETURNS/EXCHANGES OF NON-PLANTS
Returns & exchanges of non-plants items will be reviewed on a case by case basis, and are not applicable during promotions and sales.
Please check the product descriptions for detailed information on dimensions and material, and contact us via live chat or email before you place your order for any clarifications, as our returns & exchange policy only applies to damaged/defective items.
If your item arrives damaged or faulty please contact us immediately, stating your order number and providing photos of the damage or fault. Once we have looked into your query, we will be in touch with you regarding next steps.
PLANT AT A GLANCE
|Originated in Central and South America|
|Best under moderate to bright indirect light|
|About 1-2 times a week, keep the soil moist|
|Fairly easy to care|
|Non-Toxic. Safe for kids and pets.|
Plant height/length: Around 18-20cm.
Pot size: Small Addie pot (blush), width 9cm.
Guzmania lingulata, also known as "Scarlet Star" is one of the most common house plants from the Bromeliad family.
The Latin word lingulata means "tongue-shaped". The foliage grows in a star-shaped basal rosette culminating in an orange and red bracted inflorescence. It is among the most commonly cultivated bromeliad types, with cultivars producing flowers in shades of maroon, red, orange, yellow or pink.
All Pictures shown are for illustration purpose only.
Important to know: As plants are natural products, form, pattern and colour will vary.
ONGOING PLANT CARE
All of our plants come with a QR code to a care guide so you or the recipient of your gift will have at your fingertips what you need to know to keep the plants beautiful.
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