Tag: "subtropical"

New Bromeliad: Neoregelia ' Alyssa'

New Bromeliad: Neoregelia ‘ Alyssa’

New bromeliad from breeder McGregor Smith at Russell Fransham Subtropicals: Neoregelia ‘Alyssa’. Unusual form with strongly recurved, layered foliage from an unusually tall stem. Vivid cerise centre for 12 months during flowering. Needs bright shade. A terrific garden specimen, thriving outdoors under trees in frost-free conditions. Named after McGregor’s 3 yr old grand-daughter.

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Featured Plant: Ornamental Ginger - Alpinia Malaccensis

Featured Plant: Ornamental Ginger – Alpinia Malaccensis

Ornamental Ginger (Alpinia Malaccensis) is a hardy and elegant plant with a pinkish upright flower spike. It has striped foliage and thrives best in light shade.
Alpinia malaccensis is native of Indonesia and Malaysia and can reach more than 1.2m in height, however takes time to extend in width.

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