This evergreen, smooth textured Vriesea spans a metre at maturity. The leaves have a beautiful, symmetrical pattern, and it is grown as much for its foliage as for its bright yellow and red blooms. Suitable for planting indoors, it prefers full shade to partial sunlight.
A medium to large sized brom with striking, patterned leaves and shiny, flaming red, branched inflorescences. The leaves are light green with a striking, reddish brown banding, and can grow to 250cm long and 45cm wide. The flowers have orange red petals. Prefers bright, indirect light and humidity.
This large-leafed stunner can grow a metre tall and a metre wide. It has thick, leathery leaves with rich, chocolate brown tones and creamy green bands. The leaves tend to arch more and intensify in colour with age, making it a great specimen plant for patios or decks partially shaded from the sun. Prefers partial shade. This is cross between original fosteriana rubra and red chestnut which is equally beautiful.
This bright and beautiful medium sized neo grows about 40cm across at maturity. It has pretty red and green leaves, the depth of colour developing best in bright sunlight. Highly versatile, it can be grown in the soil, in pots and epiphytically to trees.
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.
Great for drought tolerant, shade or container gardens. A large and impressive aechmea, with a rosette that can reach more than 1m in width. Partial shade or patio situation is ideal for this aechmea. It has glossy green leaves that turn tinge red in strong light. These elongated thin red leaves form a fountain shape over time. The multiple branched flower stem reaches more than 1m in height and is comprised of many pink berry like flowers tipped with red petals. Attracts hummingbirds.
This one’s a large, multicoloured stunner, with a 50 cm tall flower spike bearing numerous purple to red bracts with yellow petals. The large, deep green-blue leaves are faintly banded, with thin white stripes. The purple on their tips extends to a purple shading underneath, making this one of the more beautiful members of the group.