- Flower nameNeoregelia
- Scientific nameNeoregelia
- Place of originHorticultural varieties (originated from Brazil)
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Botanical Gardens, Overseas, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May, June, July
What is Neoregelia
Neoregelia (scientific name: Neoregelia) is a semi-cold-tolerant, succulent, evergreen perennial in the family Bromeliaceae. It has rosetta-root leaves,which is thick and has spines on the leaves. Water is accumulated in the short tube at the center of the plant. Blooms lilac flowers from spring to summer. The leaves are beautiful, so they are anniversary ornaments as houseplants. In the Amazon where it originated, it is a spawning ground for Dendrobates. Neoregelia has the following varieties. Neoregeria cruenta, whose green leaves turn reddish purple at the flowering stage, blooms small purple flowers at the base of rainwater. Neoregeria fireball is a small variety that has white and rosetta colors from the outer periphery of the leaves toward the inside, and has a wine red center. Neoregeria carolinae (N. carolinae) usually has only green root leaves and is inconspicuous, but the central leaves turn red during flowering.
Generic name: Neoregelia, Scientific name: Neoregelia, Origin: Horticultural varieties (originated from Brazil), Environment: Tropical rainforest, Plant height: 30- 40 cm, leaf shape: broad linear, leaf color: green, white, wine red, leaf margin: hard spines, inflorescence shape: panicle / florescence, flower color: purple, peach, fruit type: berry, use: houseplant, Spawning place of the Dendrobates frog, remarks: settlement.