Showy Flowers; this type of flowers attract animals and makes possible the pollination. They are of essential importance in parks and gardens. The color makes them showier. The attractive of the Showy Flowers remains while the plant is alive and its beauty resides in its leaves that are brightly colored.
These flowers add beauty and color to the garden.You can find in our online store a variety of them such as: Clivia x Cyrtanthiflora, Convolvulus cneorum, Heliconia stricta 'Dwarf Jamaican' among others.
Leaves are wide, purple-maroon beneath. Inflorescences are pendant, with variable shades of red, yellow, green and purple. This Heliconia is a magnificent beauty, good for subtropical climates. It comes from Colombia and Ecuador, at 800 - 2200 m elevation.
This very small form of Heliconia stricta is the most popular dwarf Heliconia: a favorite of all times because of its small stature and miniature blooms, with bright orange red-bracts. It is very easy to grow and fits well as a potted specimen in any small greenhouse, while it is also used in tropical landscaping, planted in beds.
Supreme bloomer for garden landscaping, pot-growing and cut flowers. This "bird of fire" is a very consistant bloomer with glossy erect red inflorescences of medium size. Each bract is enhanced with green and burgundy edges. The plant is small and flowers are produced at 1,2-1,7 m in height, which is both good for the eyes to watch and the hands to pick!
This is a robust old natural hybrid of Heliconia bihai and Heliconia caribaea. It has red and yellow blooms and grows to a height of 2-4 m. Easy growing, easy blooming. Inflorescences are truly beautiful, glossy, and long-lasting both on the plant and as a cut flower.
Hippeastum striatum is easy to grow and bloom, since it requires no special dormancy. Flowers are not really large but they show out very well with a rich glitering red. This form is originally from the location named Saltao, in SE Brazil.
Evergreen South American bulb. The cultivar 'Alberto Castillo', has white, larger flowers and was collected in the 1980s by Alberto Castillo, the owner of Ezeiza Botanical Garden, from an abandoned garden in Buenos Aires.
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