Picture is of Sun Grown Specimen
Neoregelia 'Skotak's Tiger', formally known as carcharodon 'Tiger' is a magnificent carcharodon Cultivar that was introduced by Chester Skotak. "Tiger" is prized for its broad, bronze green to coppery red leaves with a deep maroon cross-banding. It is named for it's highly colorful banding (zonation) but when acclimatized to a full sun environment, can also take on a beautiful red hue over the entire plant. Found in an Orchid Nursery in Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, but probably from nearby forest. This specimen can become a "GIANT NEOREGELIA" attaining mature sizes of up to 24" to 28" across.
Picture shown is of a mature plant representing what it can look like when grown in the proper conditions.
Buyer receives offset 1/3 to 2/3 size of mature plant.
All plants shipped bare root without soil unless otherwise noted.
|Growth Habit |
Growth Habit describes the size of an adult plant. For more information on sizes, visit...
|Very Large Growth Habit|
|Lighting Requirements |
Lighting Requirements describes the optimal amount of direct sunlight a plant should have for best color. For more information on lighting visit...
|Strong Filtered Light, Tolerates Full Sun, Tolerates Some Full Sun,|