Bromeliads are another popular flowering plant choice for those who seek a beautiful addition to their indoor décor. The blooming Bromeliad is widely known by plant-lovers; when these plants are in full bloom they take many different shapes and sizes. Some are thin and others are flat and broad. Some feel sticky while others are soft. These leaves, when in bloom, can be different colors; maroon is the most common color. Other colors are red, yellow, white and cream shades. ProPlants is proud to send the freshest varieties for any occasion. They are a lovely complement to a colorful kitchen!
Light: Medium-High light, natural light preferred, no direct sun
Temperature: Moderate (normal indoor temperatures)
Water: Water about once a week but do not soak
Fertilizer: Able to use granular in small amount
Growth: Not much difference in the size when purchased
Blooming: Blooms last about 3 months, and do not re-bloom. They produce pups that will bloom after a couple years if provided correct conditions.
Re-potting: Re-potting Bromeliads is not necessary
Planting Outside: In subtropical type climates, plant in permanent shade
USDA Gardening Zones: Zone 11