Heliconias



1.5 to 2m
Full sun to part shade

Spiralling bracts on tall flower spikes. Moderately invasive growth habit.

1m
Full sun to part shade

A prolific flowering psittacorum which displays a fantastic show of colour for most of the year. Great cut flower and pot plant.

1m
Full sun to part shade

A yellow and pink psittacorum - both flowers and foliage is usually a bit smaller than the other psittacorums.

1m
Full sun to part shade

Reddish pink bracts that are usually held high above the foliage.

1m
Full sun to part shade

A stunning psittacorum with bright yellow and pink flowers. Great for a splash of colour in the garden - flowers prolifically from Spring right through to late Autumn. Great cut flower and pot plant.

1m
Full sun to part shade

A beautiful 'almost white' psittacorum. Flowers are held high above the foliage. Great cut flower and pot plant.

1 to 1.5m
Full sun to part shade

The Petra is great for cut flowers. Quite a distinct look with the green 'leaf-shaped' tip on the lower bract. A little bit taller growing than the other Psittacorums.

1m
Full sun to part shade

Bright pink flowers held high above the foliage. Great cut flowers.

1m
Full sun to part shade

An absolutely stunning psittacorum and probably the most colourful out of them all. The multi-coloured flowers are held high above the foliage, producing a spectacular display when mass planted. Great cut flower and pot plant.

1m
Full sun to part shade

The psittacorum with the most red in the flowers. A brilliant firey display when in full bloom.

1 to 1.5m
Full sun to part shade

A great heliconia for cut flowers.

1 to 1.5m
Full sun to part shade

A heliconia found throughout the Daintree rainforest. Orange / yellow flowers. Great filler in tropical gardens.

1 to 1.5m
Full sun to part shade

The golden coloured bracts and wide leaves makes this one a great filler and splash of colour in tropical gardens.

1.5 to 2m
Full sun to part shade

A vigorous grower with a tight clumping and upright habit. Great for cut flowers and as a landscaping plant. Bracts are pastel red toward the tips, fading to peach at the base.