Origins: Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama
Bloom: Yellow and red inflorescence and bract with purple tubular flowers
Ideal for: Outdoors
Light: Strong indirect to partial direct
Water: Spray or dunk once or twice a week, allow to dry within 6-8 hours.
Previously known as tricolor v. melanocrater, this plant is so cool it got renamed as its own species. This is another color changer; the more light it gets, the more red you'll see. In full shade, the plant will be completely green. Quite the pupper, this variety produces up to 10 pups after a bloom on small stolons (stems) growing from the base