The smallest species of Neoregelia. Native to Brazil’s Atlantic Forest, it’s a little-bitty thing to barely two inches tall with green leaves mottled with reddish-brown. It grows in clusters on one to two inch stolons and will shortly fill to overflowing a hanging pot or basket. Very easy to grow successfully and wildly popular with hybridizers of miniature bromeliads. The terrarium crowd has also adopted this plant as a staple.
A cultivar of (calyculata x recurvata) is a tough and handsome small grower that keeps a compact shape in varying light conditions. The recurvata parent lends an upright, compact, vase-like shape, and the calyculata parent adds the bright yellow flowering inflorescence. Nice for landscape around boulders
Neoregelia 'Vulcan' x Oeser 418
Neoregelia 'Blushing Tiger'
A colorful, small grower to 8 inches across, from Hawaiian hybridizer Lisa Vinzant. Leaves are greenish yellow with red bands and has a reddish cast to the leaves when grown hard. It flushes red over all when blooming.
A colorful hybrid from Altria Labs in Brazil. Medium sized with a symmetrical shape, nice green-flecked red leaves and red leaf tips.
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 su
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.
Aechmea gamosepala v. nivea
An interesting and attractive plant about 18 to 24 inches tall in an upright rosette, with pale green leaves and a pink inflorescence with white flowers. The shape of the inflorescence resembles that of a typical form of blue-flowered gamosepala, but in every way it is larger. A rarely seen form that is both beautiful and easy to grow.