Kerry's Care Tips



The species contained in this genus are recognizable for their sword-like flower spikes which emerge from loose rosettes of smooth, branching leaves. Not only is this a particularly large genus, secon...

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icon light care Low light.
icon water care Keep soil moist.
icon temperature care Optimal temperature 49-89F (9-32C).
icon fertilization care Not necessary.
icon future care Bromeliads do not re-bloom but grow a small "pup" plant at their base. For instructions on growing the pup to blooming size, see Frequently Asked Questions.

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Orchids and bromeliads are some of the easiest plants to grow... but that doesn't mean you don't have questions! We're happy to lend a hand... or, in this case, a thumb.

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