Nidularium innocentii is a species of bromeliad in the genus Nidularium. This species is endemic to the Atlantic Forest ecoregion of southeastern Brazil.
Evergreen perennial species in the Bromeliaceae family. Produces rosettes of strap-shaped foliage with toothed edges. Tubular white flowers are surrounded by modified leaves known as bracts, these are said to resemble birds nests and are coloured red. The Nidularium get their name from the Latin word, "nidus; nest; which refers to the nestlike arrangement of short leaves that appears in the center of the plant just before it blooms. In their native Brazil, they are found growing on the ground and on decaying logs. Since they closely resemble Neoregelia, the names are often confused.