One of the more impressive tiger hybrids from Chester Skotak. Growing to around 24 inches across, it has wide green leaves with cream colored margins. It has noticeable red bars throughout the plant. This is a truly stand out plant in any collection.
Neoregelia 'Best of Both'
This hybrid of (ampullacea x ‘Bright Spot’) by Paterson is an upright grower with inch wide leaves in a 10 inch high by 16 inch wide rosette on inch long stolons. The color is red with yellow-green mottling throughout. At anthesis the center colors slightly red.
An outstanding miniature to only about 4 inches across in an ampoule shaped rosette. The base is bulbous with leaves flaring into a compact rosette. The broad leaves are red-maroon with green flecks and bands and red apiculate tips (‘Hojo Rojo’ x ampullacea ‘Tigrina’)
A miniature grower that resembles N. olens, with an upright rosette shape and stoloniferous habit. A yellowish-green plant with red leaf tips and a suffusion of red spots and speckles and a cherry red center flush.
Neoregelia 'Groves Red Tiger'
A hybrid of (‘Ornato’ x carcharodon ‘Tiger’) by Grant Groves. A handsome, glossy hybrid with many stiff leaves in a 20 inch rosette. The leaves have large marginal spines with an apiculate tip.
The medium green background color is suffused with a reddish blush and deep red-chestnut banding covers both leaf surfaces.
Neoregelia 'Hot Cargo'
FIRST WORLDWIDE RELEASE
This is a large growing hybrid from Chester Skotak. The 4 inch wide leaves have wide cream colored variegation. The leaves have spots and speckles of red. There is a light red veneer over the leaves that intensifies at anthesis. The flowers are a large and have white petals. It's a very impressive plant.
Neoregelia 'Kahala Dawn'
A stunning hybrid of 'Rufus' x meyendorffiivariegated by Larry Kamiya of Hawaii. Beautifully variegated, with deep red over a mottled red and green leaf. We wish all Neos had such vivid colors! A choice collector item and outstanding landscape plant.
Neoregelia 'Pink on Black'
A spectacular cultivar of (carolinae x fosteriana) x carcharodon by Chester Skotak. A large growing plant with gracefully arching 3½ inch wide leaves in a 30 inch rosette. The background color is dark brown to almost black, with pink variegation. Numerous red specks are scattered evenly over leaf, and a dusting of silvers trichomes gives the plant a matte finish. Relatively large marginal spines are soft and match the color of the leaf. Color flush at anthesis is minimal, slightly reddish.
A Chester Skotak hybrid. This plant is a cultivar of [(carolinae variegated x ‘Skotak’s Tiger’) x ‘Skotak’s Tiger’], a handsome plant with a open rosette shape to about 24 inches across, leaves 2.75 inches wide with large and pronounced, very decorative dark marginal spines and apiculate tips. Dark Kelly-green leaves with broad central variegation of ivory-white and a scattering of broken red cross-bands on both sides of the leaf.
FIRST TIME RELEASE!
Neoregelia 'Shrapnel'. A new release by Chester Skotak. A green plant with bold white margins and speckled with small red dots all over. A symmetrical 12 inch wide rosette with 1.5 inch wide leaves. The leaves overlapp giving it a nice tight shape.
Neoregelia 'Southern Girl'
A Ray Coleman hybrid with very broad leaves in a 30 inch rosette. The leaves are bronzy with random pink flecks. The center at anthesis is vivid pink-red and the color extends halfway out towards the leaf tips.,,Neoregelia 'Southern Girl' A Ray Coleman hybrid with very broad leaves in a 30 inch rosette.
The leaves are bronzy with random pink flecks. The center at anthesis is vivid pink-red and the color extends halfway out towards the leaf tips. Six plants about 1/3 grown, in 6 inch pots.
Neoregelia 'Takizawa Princeps'
This stunner has been one of the most in-demand of RL Frasier’s hot concentrica hybrids. A cultivar of [(carolinae x concentrica) x ('King of Kings' x concentrica)] x johannis, it was named and registered several years ago, but few were ever released. A super plant in every way, wide leaved, huge growing, colorful, and with a great shape. It takes on a deep fuchsia-purple flush in bright light with some whitish and deep purple blotching. The variegation is a broad creamy-white stripe up the center of each leaf.
Neoregelia ampullacea (red form) #4365
A choice form that should be registered. (Maybe we will). Depending on how it’s grown, can be very ampoule-shaped with short leaves or a little more open in a vase shape. Green with dark reddish brown banding, stronger on the undersides of the leaf. Grows on short stolons, forming attractive clumps and perfect for mounting or for decorative containers or baskets.
Neoregelia bahiana 'Pink Tips'
This is a complex species with many different forms, some of which formerly had their own species names. Native mainly to Bahia and Minas Gerais, Brazil, they are as a group lithophytic with upright growth, thick, stiff leaves and colors from green to gray and red. This form has about a dozen very broad leaves, is upright, tubular and flaring with apiculate leaf tips that are pink in color. The base leaf color is gray, having a thick coating of trichomes over a light green leaf. This species typically offsets before blooming. A very fine form.
Neoregelia bahiana (Pabstiana)
Formerly known as Neo. pabstiana, this species from Minas Gerais, Brazil has since been combined under bahiana. An upright grower to about 14 inches tall, with narrow leaves, barely over a half inch wide, flaring out to form a somewhat bulbous base. The leaves are of very heavy substance, thick and stiff, dark pink overall. A saxicole in nature, it prefers fast draining soil and drier, brightly lit growing conditions. A collector item and a bromeliad that succulent fanciers could love.