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Botanical Name: Neoregelia carolinae
Common Name(s): Blushing bromeliad
Blushing bromeliad has spine-toothed, strap-shaped, bright green foliage with tubular, blue-purple flowers among red bracts in summer. Prefers semi-shade.
Botanical Pronunciation: nee-oh-reg-EL-ee-uh kar-oh-LIN-ay
Common Pests and Diseases
Scale insects may be a problem.
It bears tubular, purple flowers among red bracts in summer.
Blushing bromeliad has spine-toothed, strap-shaped, bright green foliage.
90 cm * 120 cm
They require well-drained soil.
Uses in landscape design
Ideal for container planting.