This is one heck of a confusing name change, because this species, once known as Abromeitiella chlorantha, has much smaller leaves than the other Deuterochonia brevifolia that we offer. This species is from Argentina and Bolivia and tolerates frost down to perhaps 23F in Tucson. This terrestrial bromeliad forms great mounds of little clusters of leaves. The leaves have slightly sharp edges. The flowers are an inconspicuous green. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.