Neoregelia burlemarxii 'Small form'
A showy little species in a 6 to 8in rosette, with green leaves, overlaid with a veneer of red, speckled and splashed with green. The center flush at anthesis is pink, and the speckling in the center turns white. Nice
Neoregelia species 'Fireball' Green Form
As you may be aware, Fireball is actually an undescribed species that has never been re-collected in the wild. This plant is apparently the same, except that it has green leaves. The size, shape and stoloniferous habit are the same, but the plant only flushes red in the center at anthesis. A very decorative plant when blooming and nice for basket culture or a terrarium anytime.
Tillandsia 'Kiana Knuth'
A really nice hybrid of (hammeri x concolor ‘Cuicatlan’) by Bill Timm. What a neat combination, a tall, stiff leaved, upright plant crossed with a stiff leaved open rosette type with a beautiful inflorescence. It worked! This is a jewel with stiff, upright, very narrow foliage, and a showy, branched inflorescence that is upright, taller than the foliage and pink and green to reddish. Interestingly enough, both species occur in the same area of Mexico!