Bromeliads are some of our favorite varieties of plants. We get them as often as we can. They are so cool for many reasons; Easy to care for, tolerant of different light conditions, drought tolerant, pet friendly, amazing bloom that happens once in its lifetime, the list goes on and on!
Light: Indirect light or moderate shade. For more color, place neoregelia in more filtered sunlight. This bromeliad typically does not like direct light and will cause a burn. For indoors, use a place with strong sunlight.
Water: Very tolerant of drought conditions. When they do need water you can put a small amount in the center cup. When you centrally water your bromeliad, make sure to flush the cup every so often to remove any built-up. In most homes, it usually not necessary to keep the central cup of the plant constantly filled with water either, unless the light levels and temperature are high. Plants you are growing as epiphytes (as air plants without soil) need more consistent watering; mist them once a day, and give them a good soaking by submerging them in water once per week.
Non-toxic to people and pets.
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