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(Hybrid Vriesea)

The foliage of the hybrid bromeliad 'Empress Michiko' has beautifully crackled leaves in shades of light and medium green with newer leaves emerging with blushes of pale yellow and pink. A frost-tender tropical perennial, it forms a large rosette of wide, tongue-like leaves that retain water in the cup-like central basin. It is an epiphyte, meaning its roots clasp onto tree’s trunks or branches. This is a hybrid derived from plants with South American origins.

Flowering only once it its lifetime,...

(Giant Vriesea)

Ornately patterned with a matrix of dots and lines, Seidel's giant vriesea has the appearance of zebra, leopard or rattlesnake skin. A frost-tender, epiphytic perennial from southern Brazil, this bromeliad forms a rosette of wide, pointed, strap-like leaves to create a mounded, magnificent specimen.

The thin, waxy leaves look like giant lances with pointed tips and range in color from light to slightly bluish green. Each leaf is speckled or crackled with ivory or creamy yellow spots and streaks....

Image of Vriesea gigantea var. seideliana

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(Giant Vriesea)

Ornately patterned with a matrix of dots and lines, the giant vriesea, 'Nova', has speckled green and pale yellow leaves with rosy undersides. A frost-tender, epiphytic perennial from southern Brazil, this bromeliad forms a rosette of wide, pointed, strap-like leaves to create a mounded, magnificent specimen.

The thin, waxy leaves look like giant lances with pointed tips and range in color from light to slightly bluish green. Each leaf is speckled or crackled with ivory or creamy yellow spots...