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Bromeliad plant care tips and advice
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Bromeliad potted plants are an excellent addition to any room. Whether you order this plant for yourself or you receive one as a gift, it is always good to take note of the requirements of the plant so that you can ensure it thrives. The good news is that the Bromeliad plant is quite easy to care for which is why they are such popular houseplants.


When it comes to watering your Bromeliad plant, less is more. They are far more tolerant of dryer soil than overwatering. If you water too much or too often, the roots may rot. Make sure that the soil offers fast drainage and check the moisture level of the soil before watering. You should also not let the pot rest in a tray full of water. Water the plant until the water flows through and out the bottom. Allow your pot to rest for a few minutes before emptying out the tray and placing it back under the pot. You can also fill the cup-like structure in the middle of the plant. Monitor this water and make sure that it does not become stagnant. You might need to flush it out from time to time.


Your bromeliad plant will do best in an environment with 60% humidity. It can be difficult to maintain this level of humidity but there are a few options. Firstly, you could invest in a humidifier. Alternatively, you could place some stones in the tray beneath the pot and add water to the tray. As the water evaporates, it will create a more humid environment around the plant. You can also mist the plant regularly to maintain a higher level of humidity.

Pots and soil

Clay pots are known for being porous. Unless, of course, they are glazed. If you want to avoid this risk, you should consider a plastic pot for your Bromeliad plant. You will also find special potting mixes for bromeliads. These mixes are specifically designed to provide the necessary nutrients and allow for fast drainage.


You will love how tolerant your bromeliad plant is when it comes to light variations. Mostly, you will find it does best in sunny spots but you should not place it anywhere that receives too much direct sunlight.


Another reason why these plants are so popular is because they only require occasional fertilizing. Make sure that you only use the appropriate fertilizer and you should use it at half or one quarter strength.

By following these simple steps, you can enjoy the beauty of your bromeliad plant for many years to come! Remember, these plants do grow at a relatively slow rate which is particularly great if you have a limited amount of space in your home or office.

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