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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

Green leaves with numerous ivory-white stripes down the middle make the Martin hybrid bromeliad very ornamental; the center of the plant rosette turns lipstick red when the plant blooms in late spring or early summer. This semi-epiphytic perennial was selected by Chester Skotak in 1991 as a seedling resulting from a controlled breeding program in Costa Rica. Bright, humid and warm conditions favor good growth of 'Martin'. New plantlets arise on stolons from the main "mother" plant and replace it...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

A low rosette, the bright yellowy green leaves of 'Maya' are randomly striated and marked with dark red. This semi-epiphytic perennial was the result of controlled hybridization by South Florida breeders prior to 1991. Parent plants were cultivar 'Catherine Wilson' and Neoregelia carolinae. Bright, humid and warm conditions favor good growth of 'Maya'. New plantlets arise on stolons from the main "mother" plant and replace it as it slowly dies after blooming.

The small rosette of this...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

Tidy, spiny-edged rosettes of glossy, smooth leaves that turn festive bumblegum pink make the Michi hybrid bromeliad a showstopper. This semi-epiphytic perennial was the result of controlled hybridization efforts by Grant Groves of Orlando, Florida around the year 2000. Parent plants were cultivars 'Royal Cordovan' and 'Pink Sensation'. Bright, humid and warm conditions favor good growth of 'Michi'. New plantlets arise on stolons from the main "mother" plant and replace it as it slowly dies after...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

Sometimes called the world's most beautiful Neoregelia, 'Perfection' produces stable variegation on the dark red leaves. Creamy yellow stripes line the leaves, but in intense sunlight the cream blushes to pink. It was named and developed by Bert Foster in 1978, originating as a sport off of 'Fosperior'. This hybrid bromeliad thrives in areas that are moist, humid and warm. New plantlets arise on stolons from the main "mother" plant and replace it as it slowly dies after blooming.

The...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

Glossy, broad, deep burgundy pruple leaves taht blush violet-pink bring drama to the Purple Star hybrid bromeliad. This semi-epiphytic perennial was the result of controlled hybridization efforts by Grant Groves of Orlando, Florida. Bright, humid and warm conditions favor good growth of 'Purple Star'. New plantlets arise on stolons from the main "mother" plant and replace it as it slowly dies after blooming.

The plump rosette of this bromeliad comprises a radial bouquet of broad, sword-like...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

The Sheba hybrid bromeliad quickly grows into a clump of plants with green leaves edged with wide ivory-white bands. In the heat of summer, pink blush appears on the upper leaves and the center of the plant rosette turns red when a mature blooms in late spring or early summer. This semi-epiphytic perennial was selected by Chester Skotak in 1992 as a seedling resulting from a controlled breeding program in Costa Rica. Bright, humid and warm conditions favor good growth of 'Sheba'. New plantlets arise...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

Glossy leaves change color from green to orange in the intense light and increasing heat of summer. A semi-epiphytic, tropical perennial, 'Tangerine' came from breeding of various native South American bromeliads. Bright, humid and warm conditions favor good growth. New plantlets arise on stolons from the main "mother" plant and replace it as it slowly dies months after blooming.

The flat, starfish-like rosette of this bromeliad comprises a radial bouquet of broad, downward-curling, tongue-like...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

The upward-angled, toothed leaves of the Ultima bromeliad are apple green with light yellow bands down the middle. The leaves blush reddish rose in summer when plants begin to bloom. This semi-epiphytic perennial was selected by Chester Skotak as a seedling from an open-pollinated Neoregelia macwilliamsii in Costa Rica. Bright, humid and warm conditions favor good growth of 'Ultima'. New plantlets arise on stolons from the main "mother" plant and replace it as it slowly dies after blooming....

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

An impressive variegated bromeliad with a mounding rosette of variegated leaves, 'Yang' has green leaves with an ivory central band that blushes rosy pink in intense summer light. Lots of sun rays in summer makes the leaves look rose, with little hint of the variegation once seen in cooler weather. This semi-epiphytic perennial was selected by Chester Skotak as a seedling from a cross between Neoregelia carcharodon and N. carolinae from the early 1990s. Humid and warm conditions...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Neoregelia)

An pink-blushing variegated bromeliad with a mounding rosette of teethed leaves, 'Yin' has wide green leaves edged with ivory bands. The plant blushes rosy pink in intense summer light. Lots of sun rays in summer makes the leaves look rose, with little hint of the variegation once seen in cooler weather. This semi-epiphytic perennial was selected by Chester Skotak as a seedling from a cross between Neoregelia carcharodon and N. carolinae from the early 1990s. Humid and warm conditions...