Neoregelia 'Angel Face'
Well, by the name, I'd say that Jim Irvin was well taken by this little treasure, and we can see why! A cute small to miniature plant, to about 8 inches across, with light green leaves that have a sort of wrinkled appearance, and are speckled with red. The center blushes bright red at anthesis. Actually much prettier than this feeble description might lead you to believe!
A medium sized plant to about 20 inches across, with ‘almost’ white leaves. Each leaf bears a broad white stripe up the center with just a narrow margin of green on the leaf edge. The center flush at anthesis is bright red.
Best grown in moderate light to keep the white appearance. Stronger light puts a pink tint in the foliage, which is nice too.
Neoregelia 'Burn Notice'
A Ray Coleman cross of (gigas x ‘Tingua’) that is a large growing plant reaching 20 inches tall and 45 inches across with 3 inch wide leaves. In strong light the leaves are rich, rusty brown with some dark red speckling. No significant color change at anthesis. Flowers are blue. Useful in landscape as it is a large grower with a tolerance for sun and harsh conditions.
Neoregelia 'Cannon Fire'
Neoregelia 'Center Stage'
A different looking hybrid from Chester Skotak, cross information not yet reported. A compact Neoregelia that has 5-inch wide green leaves with wide cream colored margins. The leaves develop a magenta veneer and there are some color breaks in the veneer which look like cream colored spots.