Friday, June 10, 2011

Billbergia 'Hallelujah'

Billbergia 'Hallelujah' is grown more for its colorful foliage than for the flowers. Although the red, white, and blue blooms are showy enough, it's the stunning blends of red, pink, purple, and white on the leaves that gets everyone's attention.The plant grows to about a foot in height, and develops its best color when it gets direct sun at least part of the day. In tropical climates, a little shade during the middle of the day is preferred.Flowering can happen at almost any time during the year, and like most Billbergias, the inflorescence fades within about three weeks.

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Andrea said...

Wow, so its also hallelujah for that Billbergia. I just learned how it is called.

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