Bromeliad cross with glossy spineless leaves, with round and red tips. As it blooms, a coral-pink flush appears on the apple-green rosette. It was created (well) before 1970 by Hummel.
It has glossy spineless leaves with round and red tips. As it blooms, a coral-pink flush appears on the apple-green rosette.
It was created before 1970 by Hummel. According to the Bromeliad Cultivar Register, Neoregelia x Luxurians is a " cv. of unknown parentage - Old standard - Resembles an upright 'Meyendorffii' w/coral-pink flush on apple-green rosette - rounded apiculate red tipped leaves - flush more evident on exposed leaves - Seaborn says the center turns purplish-blue at bloomtime - entire plant is red in bright light."
We offer one rooted plant of Neoregelia x Luxurians, of 20-25 cm, able to flower in one or two years.
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|Herkunft der Arten||Amerika|
|Mindesttemperatur im Winter||5 ºC bis 15 ºC|