A lovely plant introduced by Bullis some years ago but without breeder or cross information. It may be a cultivar of chlorosticta x ‘Fireball’; but it is not known for sure. A smaller grower to about 12 inches across, with multi-colored leaves that are blotched, banded and speckled with shades of yellow and green over a red background. With maturity the center develops whitish blotches on the leaves and in the center. A choice, colorful plant that is a favorite of hybridizers.
Neoregelia 'Royal Burgundy'
A long time favorite with wide deep-burgundy leaves has become a standard in horticulture. Widely used in landscapes of central and southern Florida, this handsome bromeliad is a beautiful asset to any collection.
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Neoregelia 'Oeser 100'
A nice, fairly large plant with a 30 inch rosette, apple green leaves with red tips and red veneer, heaviest towards the tips. The green shows through the red, forming spots.
This is a cute small species with a stoloniferous habit, soft yellow-green leaves, barred with red, in an open rosette. Has been in cultivation for a long time, under various names. Nice for use in a hanging basket or a terrarium.
Neoregelia 'Hannibal Lecter' #1
Neoregelia ‘Hanibal Lecter‘ An unusual, very decorative hybrid from Chester Skotak, with a name that reflects his famed, warped wit. Three clones exist, all selections of a grex resulting from the cross of Neo. punctatissima x carcharodon ‘Tiger’. In general, the plants are medium sized, to about 24 inches across, very stiff leaved with stout spines, and boldly banded with reddish-brown over green.
Neoregelia 'Chiquita Linda'
A tiny jewel of a plant. Small ampoule-like rosettes of greenish leaves, speckled with red, form stoloniferous clusters. Rarely grows over 3 inches tall. The name aptly means ‘Little Pretty’. Great clumper! Good in hanging pots and popular for terrariums.
Neoregelia 'Midnight Fantasy'
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A medium size plant that grows to 20 inches across. The leaves are dark green/black with wide white variegation. The leaves have tightly spaces broken bands of red. This one is bright and a really nice stand out plant.
Neoregelia 'Bric a Brac'
A nice miniature cross of 'Little Beauty' x 'Fireball' by Grace Goode. Little rosettes of speckled green leaves that blush reddish in good light. Offsets are produced on short stolons.
This is a hybrid we acquired from Herb Hill. The parentage is something we do not know. It's a medium size glossy, bright green plant that turn red-orange as it matures. It develops a darker red center at anthesis.
*Large plants as shown in the first photo, but they are NOT in color yet.
Neoregelia pauciflora 'Large Form'
A larger form of this interesting miniature. It still isn’t big, but at a tubular 8 inches is head and shoulders over it’s more common cousins. A light green Neo with silver banding on both sides of its leaves and plenty of small purple dots. Very stoloniferous, with stolons to 12 inches or more. Great hanging basket plant. This form is uncommon in cultivation.
This 2010 Skotak hybrid is a cultivar of [(carolinae variegated x Hannibal Lector) x Tiger Cub]. An outstanding little jewel. Very much like a N. punctatissima in shape and pattern, with green leaves heavily barred with dark reddish-purple on both sides. The variegation is central to the leaf, a broad white stripe. Offsets are on short stolons. One of our favorites.
Neoregelia 'Storm Front'
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A hybrid created by Chester Skotak. The leaves are medium green with white margins. They are covered with numerous tiny dots of dark red. The outer part of the leaves have broken bands of the same dark red. The shape is a loose rosette with upright arching leaves. There is no color change at anthesis.