Nregelia Fireball is an easily grown, epiphytic Bromeliad. Foliage takes on a deep red hue when grown in full sun. Small blue flowers appear in the center of mature rosettes. A single plant will quickly form a spectacular cluster of multiple rosettes by a liberal production of stolons (or runners).
The small rosette of this bromeliad comprises a radial bouquet of concave, sword-like leaves without spines. In the center of the rosette is a water-holding cup. In spring or early summer, mature specimens form pincushion-like flower structures in the center that are partially submerged with water in the rosette cup. Tiny white to lavender blossoms reach just above the water line.
|Common Name:||Neorigilia Fireball|
|Botanical Name:||Neorigilia Fireball|
|Placement:||Indoor, Living Room, Balcony, Bedroom, Office Desk|
|Watering:||Twice a Week|