Guzmania decora hybrid
Guzmania decora hybrid

The medium-sized rosette has deep green, glossy leaves with thin, burgundy-red stripes. The short flower spike is red with bright yellow petals and grows close to the plant. It remains in colour for many months.

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Aechmea blanchetiana – Orange
Aechmea blanchetiana – Orange

This large, sun tolerant ornamental bromeliad can grow to 1.2 metres high. The foliage can range from green, to orange to red depending on the clone, and will develop its best vibrant colours in sufficient sunlight. The large flower spike can reach 1.5m bearing long lasting masses of red and yellow flowers and purple berries. The orange and yellow varieties prefer full sun while the green variety prefers partial sun.

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Alcantarea odorata
Alcantarea odorata

This is another beautiful giant alcantarea which can span over 1.0 meters when fully mature. When it matures the leaves gets covered with a silvery white powder which makes this beauty stands out in the landscaping. The inflorescence is tall and branched and has fragrant flowers that attracts bees, butterflies and/or birds. It can be grown outside in tropical areas. It will take many light conditions.

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Vriesea erythrodactylon
Vriesea erythrodactylon

This compact, medium-sized plant has green leaves with dark red – maroon centres and undersides. The spikes can grow up to 35cm bearing a characteristic red inflorescence with yellow petals.

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Vriesea philippo – coburgii
Vriesea philippo – coburgii

Very hardy plant, can grow in full Sun or dappled Sun. In full Sun the leaves turn light green almost towards yellow and leaf tips becomes dark red. In dappled Sun the leaves remain dark green with brick red tips. Equally stunning without flower and with flower. The red and yellow flower spike can reach up to 1.5 metres high.

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Hohenbergia catingae
Hohenbergia catingae

This pretty plant has a medium sized rosette of tall, prickly, greenish-blue leaves and a tall spike bearing deep pink bracts and purple flowers. Prefers partial to full sun, with leaf colours intensifying in bright light.

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