Australian hybridizer Grace Goode’s hybrid of (‘Meyendorffii’ x sapiatibensis). A small plant only 6 to 8 inches across with stiff, red leaves in a full, overlapping rosette. A very attractive and compact little gem.
A fairly new and certainly very obscure species described in only 2011 from material collected by Chester Skotak in Panama. Found on Mt. Garagara at 600 meters in altitude. This species is related to V. glutinosa and splendens to which it bears little visible similarity. The plant is medium sized with arching leaves in a 24 inch rosette. The leaves are discolor, gray-green on top and purple below and of a thick, leathery texture. The inflorescence is on a short scape with very long, almost cylindric, bipinate branches. the inflorescence is reddish on the lower end of the braches and scape and green-yellow towards the ends. Flowers are green. A rare species that deserves to be in wider cultivation.
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Beautiful plant. I’m happy to say it arrived in 2 days much quicker than my last purchase before this order. It was in great shape.
Neoregelia 'Easter Egg'
A small growing hybrid from Lisa Vinzant. It has a rosette of green leaves that are mottled with red and white. Matures at 6 to 8 inches across. Grows best in bright filtered light.
*We are offering immature plants that are mainly yellowish-green but will color up in time.