Now featured: Heliconia! This exotic flower is sometimes called a “lobster claw” because of its unusually-shaped bracts (a bract is a leaf structure at the base of a flower). There are over 40 different species of heliconia, and they can grow to be anywhere from 2 to 25 feet tall. They are commonly found in rainforest habitats and throughout the Neotropics. Heliconia flowers, while typically hidden inside the bracts, are an important food source for hummingbirds. These beautiful plants can be grown in containers and kept indoors for winter, then moved outside for the spring and summer.

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