|Botanical Name: Heliconia rostrata x bihai ‘Puerto Rico Libre’
Common Name: Puerto Rico Heliconia
Origin: Tropical America
Light: Partial to full sun
Water: Keep soil moist, well-draining
Bloom: April through December, upright/sideways bloom with red bracts with green/yellow tips and white true flowers.
Comments: This hybrid from Puerto Rico features blooms that look like the ‘Lobster Claw’ variety but that go sideways and twist all over. Heavy bloomer in the warm season.