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Image of Hechtia galeottii photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(False Agave)

Commonly called false agave, this species of dry land bromeliad inhabits the canyons of southern Mexico and closely resembles a small Agave, as its common name suggests. It is a tender, semi-succulent perennial that forms a rosette of spiny leaves. Though attractive, this species is rarely cultivated.

The long, pointed, linear leaves of this Hechtia emanate outward from a dense rosette. They are sharply toothed, light to medium green on the tops and whitish gray on the undersides....

Image of Hedychium coronarium photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Butterfly Ginger, Butterfly Lily, White Garland Lily)

Grown for its intensely fragrant flowers that hover like butterflies atop tall leafy stems, this tender herbaceous perennial is native from the Himalayan foothills to Southeast Asia.

The head-high stems of butterfly ginger arise from shallow creeping rhizomes in spring. The stems bear two opposite ranks of long, rich green, canna-like leaves with downy undersides. In late spring and summer, white fluttery flowers open from cone-like clusters at the stem tips. Comprising a broad upright two-lobed...

Image of Hedychium longicornutum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Hornbill's Ginger, Perched Gingerwort)

A rare tropical perennial, the hornbill's ginger produces fiery, multicolored flowers that look like something between a pointy tiara and Medusa's head. Native to the foothill mountains of Malaysia, this tender perennial grows from fleshy rhizomes either on trees as an epiphyte or on moist rocks as a lithophyte. The rhizomes adhere to the rock or tree bark and then absorb moisture and nutrients from piles of decaying leaf and insect debris. Cultivated hornbill's ginger will thrive if grown in loose...

Image of Heliconia angusta photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Christmas Heliconia)

All heliconia flowers have hot, tropical appeal and Christmas heliconia is no exception. Its small, white flowers are nestled among spectacular upright spikes of red or orange-yellow bracts. This Brazilian native blooms from late fall to midwinter, hence the Christmas heliconia, and makes an exceptional cutflower.

This vigorous tropical plant forms clumps of vegetation that spread via creeping rhizomes, or underground rooting stems. The foliage resembles short, narrow, oblong banana leaves....

Image of Heliconia bihai photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Firebird, Macaw Flower)

This heliconia also known as red palulu, firebird and macaw flower is a tropical perennial grown for spectacular flowers and tropical foliage. It is native to South America particularly Brazil and the Guianas. This large plant's banana-like leaves grow directly from thick, quickly spreading rhizomes or underground, lateral stems. The medium green leaves are held on long petioles (leaf stalks) and are easily shredded by the wind. Large, waxy flowers are produced on upright stalks which appear between...

Image of Heliconia psittacorum photo by: flickr.com/elfpunk999

flickr.com/elfpunk999

(Parakeet Flower)

Parakeet flower is an everblooming, tropical plant that produces an abundance of bright flowers above clumps of lush, evergreen leaves. It is native to the moist areas of the Lesser Antilles to northern South America. With good care, it looks great all year around.

This vigorous ornamental spreads by rhizomes and has long, banana-like leaves that are dark green and tatter easily in strong winds. The flowers are borne atop long, smooth, green flower stalks that are held above the leaves. They...

Image of Heliconia psittacorum

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Parakeet Flower)

Parakeet flower is an everblooming, tropical plant that produces an abundance of bright flowers above clumps of lush, evergreen leaves. It is native to the moist areas of the Lesser Antilles to northern South America. With good care, it looks great all year around.

This vigorous ornamental spreads by rhizomes and has long, banana-like leaves that are dark green and tatter easily in strong winds. The flowers are borne atop long, smooth, green flower stalks that are held above the leaves. They...

Image of Heliconia psittacorum

James Burghardt

(Choconiana Heliconia, Heliconia, Parakeet Flower)

Parakeet flower is a clump-forming tropical plant that produces an abundance of flowers and lush, green leaves. It is native to the moist areas of the Lesser Antilles to northern South America. Long, banana-like leaves grow from spreading rhizomes (underground stems), they are dark green and easily tattered by strong winds. The flowers grow from the leaf joints on long peduncles or flower stalks and are held above the leaves. The cultivar ‘Choconiana’ has flowers that are mostly orange. The outer...

Image of Heliconia psittacorum

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Heliconia, Lady Di Heliconia, Parakeet Flower)

Parakeet flower is an everblooming, tropical plant that produces an abundance of bright flowers above clumps of lush, evergreen leaves. It is native to the moist areas of the Lesser Antilles to northern South America. With good care, it looks great all year around.

This vigorous ornamental spreads by rhizomes and has long, banana-like leaves that are dark green and tatter easily in strong winds. The flowers are borne atop long, smooth, green flower stalks that are held above the leaves. They...

(Heliconia, Parakeet Flower, St. Vincent Red Heliconia)

Parakeet flower is a clump-forming tropical plant that produces an abundance of flowers and lush, green leaves. It is native to the moist areas of the Lesser Antilles to northern South America. Long, banana-like leaves grow from spreading rhizomes (underground stems), they are dark green and easily tattered by strong winds. The flowers grow from the leaf joints on long peduncles or flower stalks and are held above the leaves. The cultivar ‘St Vincent Red’ has flowers in which the outer portions of...