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.
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 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.