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Bomarea sp.

A vining and as yet unnamed, flower from Ecuador. The unbelievable blooms can measure well over a foot across and are a bright mix or reds, yellows, and orange. This particular species has the largest blooms seen on any Bomarea to date and is still extremely rare in cultivation.

Seed Availability

Seeds are not available for the Bomarea. Please visit our seed store to view current selections. Seeds were last available in February 2017.


Vining plant to 20-40ft. This type has been dubbed "Fiesta" by some sources, though the species is currently unknown or a cross. Blooms more or less year-round, though blooming can be cut off during colder months.


Will take some frost and freezing temperatures if brief. Prefers a mild-temperate or subtropical climate with moderate temperatures from 50-80F.

Growing Environment

Provide ample water. Grow in shade in climates where the temperature regularly tops 90F.


By seeds, root division.


Generally grown as an ornamental. The plant is quite a sight for the eyes!

Native Range

This unknown species is native to Ecuador.

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Related Species

Bomarea acutifolia
Bomarea sp.