Neoregelia mooreana is a species in the genus Neoregelia native to Ecuador. Growing on long 6 plus inch stolons, the plant is often mistaken as an Aechmea by the looks of the thick recurving spiny leaves. Leaf colors vary from green, light yellowish green to a full pink blush depending on the growing condition. Any way you grow this one, it's an outstanding bromeliad. Growing tip: don't plant it too deep in your soil medium or it may get root rot. This particular species prefers fast draining soil or mounted on a tree/driftwood.
Growth habit: Small
Light requirements: Strong filtered light: Prefers moderate levels of light, such as bright indirect light or filtered sunlight. Thrives in well-lit spaces without direct exposure to intense sunlight.
Plant size and bare root info
Fully Grown is an established plant with a root system. Please be aware that our fully grown plants will be shipped without blossoms, as this ensures their safe transportation and upon arrival, they will have the potential to bloom under proper care.
An Offset (pup) is a baby shoot that develops at the base of the plant, rooting to form a new plant identical to its parent.
All plants are shipped bare root. No pot and no soil.