Yamamoto's cross of fendleri x dichlamydea bears strong resemblance to the famous 'Blue Tango' but predates it by 20 years. A stunning large grower with bayonet-shaped leaves that can reach almost 5 feet long, are solid light green with small, hooked marginal spines. The inflorescence is spectacular for color and size. A branched panicle that is 10 inches across where branching starts and tapers in a cone shape, reaching over 36 inches. The sheer weight of the inflorescence causes it to arch, but the stunning orange, white and blue colorations lasts for up to six months. A prolific pupper that forms a clump before blooming. Grow in conditions from full shade to nearly full sun, but avoid full, all day sun.
*Offsets available - NOT the mature plant in the photo