Neoregelia 'Royal Burgundy' x 'Fireball'
A cute and showy small grower to about 6 inches across with fairly wide glossy burgundy red leaves, spotted with green. It has short stolons and forms nice clusters suitable for a hanging pot or basket. Very popular with terrarium enthusiasts.
First released at the 2016 WBC in Houston, Texas. Green leaves with white margins. The tops of the leaves are covered with tiny red speckles and the undersides of the leaves are banded in red. If you like a bright white miniature Neoregelia, this is the one for you. Looks especially nice in a hanging pot.
NO HOLDING - THESE PLANTS WILL BE SHIPPED IMMEDIATELY
A small rock dwelling species that forms clumping colonies on rocky cliffs overlooking the Rio Chusgon near Huamachuco, Sanchez Carrion, Peru. Similar to Tillandsia tectorum and T. balsasensis, it is a tiny, clumping species with silvery, fuzzy leaves. Forming little cluster with many offsets, they look like little balls of silvery-white fuzz less than three inches across. The inflorescence is a scape about as long as the leaves bearing two to three flowers that are tubular with flaring white petals that are purple at the base. A showy little plant that requires good water and good air circulation.
A hybrid of (lilliputiana x ‘Blushing Tiger’) by Michael Kiehl. This is a great little miniature that looks like a mini ‘Blushing Tiger’. Good for terrariums and its stoloniferous habit makes it a nice choice for a hanging pot.
x Neomea 'Dotty'
A hybrid by Lisa Vinzant. Resembles an Aechmea recurvata somewhat, but has softer leaves. Faint red bands and spots mark both sides of the leaves and the red intensifies when blooming. Makes a good terrarium plant with many water retaining leaf axials and matures at only about 8 inches tall. A shy bloomer but offsets readily.