A beautiful heliconia with bright yellow bracts with green tips. The Yellow Dancer is one of the more cold tolerant heliconia species.
Photo of flower yet to come. A beautiful heliconia with long hanging flowers, bright white stems, and usually quite serrated leaves.
Waxy white stems and undersides of leaves with long, pendulous bracts of orange and red. A nice feature plant in a warm sheltered position.
Bright pink bracts with white base and dark green lip. Like many of the orthotrichas, the surface of the bracts have fine velvety hairs.
A stunning heliconia - great as a landscaping plant or for cut flowers. Very attractive flowers with bright red bracts with cream base and dark green lip.
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Hot pink bracts makes this heliconia a real attention getter. Great landscaping plant and cut flower.
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Soft pink bracts with cream base and dark green lip. Like many of the orthotrichas, the surface of the bracts have fine velvety hairs. A good landscaping plant and cut flower.
A good landscaping plant with dark green foliage with slender pendulous bright red flowers. More cold tolerant than most heliconias.
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.
A psittacorum with bright golden bracts with a slightly red tinge. Great for a splash of colour in the garden - flowers prolifically in Summer through to late Autumn. Great cut flower and pot plant.
A heliconia found throughout the Daintree rainforest. Orange / yellow flowers. Great filler in tropical gardens.
The golden coloured bracts and wide leaves makes this one a great filler and splash of colour in tropical gardens.
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.
A widely cultivated heliconia which usually produces vast amounts of pendulous flowers up to 0.5 meters long. Best in protected spots with a little bit of shade. Fertilise regularly during growth season and keep well mulched.
A nice landscaping plant in tropical gardens. Large upright flowers with mostly red bracts with yellow bases and green lip. Like most strictas, growth is fairly open clumping.