GUZMANIA

Native to tropical rainforests, Guzmanias can be recognized for their thin, glossy, smooth-edged leaves, which form a water-holding rosette. Known for glorious flower spikes and a wide array of colors (including pink, cream, yellow, orange, red and maroon), these plants are famous for their longevity. There are more than 120 varieties of this flower and Kent’s leads the country in growing hybrid Guzmania varieties.

311 - Aureus

333 - Blue Lady

336 - Brimstone

269 - Candy Cane

358 - Candy Corn

327 - Cerise

374 - Deborah

337 - Deseo White

239 - Diane (P)

347 - Double Star

373 - Eden

342 - Fire

377 - Gwen

376 - Helsinki

225 - Hilda

359 - Hope

366 - Inferno

322- Jazz

228 - Jive

329 - Kay

346 - Lindsey

367 - Lisa

354 - Lydia

350 - Mandarine

317 - Manzana

370 - Mara

353 - Marcella

332 - Mariah

218 - Marjan

381 - Margot

250 - Optima

320 - Orangina

349 - Orion

212 - Passion (P)

345 - Peach

351 - Petit

234 - Sangria

288 - Scarlet

341 - Strawberry

372 - Sumo Sangria

375 - Tatiana

229 - Voila