- Flower nameNeoregelia 'orangepekoe'
- Scientific nameNeoregelia orangepekoe
- AliasNeoregelia orangepekoe
- Place of originHorticultural variety (original species is Brazil)
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Neoregelia 'orangepekoe'
Neoregelia orangepekoe (scientific name: Neoregelia 'orangepekoe') is a semi-cold tolerant, succulent, evergreen perennial plant of the family Bromeliaceae. It has rosetta-like root leaves, is thick, and has thorns on the leaf edges. It has a structure where water is collected in a short tube at the center of the stock, and light purple flowers bloom from spring to summer. Orange pekoe is a horticultural variety with a vermilion in the center and surrounding green leaves.
Generic name: Neoregelia orangepekoe, Scientific name: Neoregelia 'orangepekoe', Origin: Horticultural variety (original species is Brazil), Environment: Rainforest , Plant height: 30-40 cm, leaf color :green and vermilion, leaf edge: hard thorn, flower color: purple, flowering period: April to June, use: appreciating flowers and leaves, remarks: epiphytic.