T. caput medusa purple.
Although the mother plants will eventually wilt, these young ones will replace them. There's already signs of decay in the aeranthos mother plant.
This one, ionantha rubra came with a pup when I purchased it but has continued to produce two more. Perhaps the mother plant had bloomed while still with the seller.
Let's see how long it will take for these off-springs to reach blooming stage.
Down below in their pots, the cryptanthus are also producing off-shoots as well.
I really like their leaf patterns. Hopefully I will have more of them to start a bromeliad landscape soon.