Care Guide Bromeliads

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The bromeliad is a unique and beautiful house plant that is easy to care for. With just a little bit of water, they will thrive and bloom for years to come. Here are some tips on how to ensure your bromeliad stays healthy and hydrated:

With these simple tips, your bromeliad will thrive and bring beauty into your home for years to come!

HOW TO CARE FOR BROMELIAD NEOREGELIA - Before purchasing a Bromeliad Neoregelia, read about the recommended care instructions to keep this plant healthy and flourishing.

REPOTTING - Bromeliad Neoregelia can grow exceptionally well in pots for long periods of time, frequent repotting isn’t as necessary compared to other plants. Generally you should repot your plant when it has become excessively rootbound that its roots are overgrown, you may not need to repot your Plant for 1-2 years, do maintain a feeding schedule, the longer is kept in its existing pot the more nutrients are needed to maintain the plant happy and healthy.

LIGHT - Outdoors Partial Shade, can tolerate morning and afternoon sun, Indoors bright to medium light.

WATER Bromeliads are best watered once a week, they retain water in the center reservoir. They like humidity, so misting their leaves regularly is also beneficial. Be sure not to over-water, as this can lead to root rot.

HUMIDITY - Regular Misting is recommended, Many of our houseplants come from the tropics, where humidity is very high, generally the air in our homes is dry, occasional misting houseplants is a very simple and effective way to boost humidity, an easy solution to the risk of overwatering your plants. Always pay attention to the color and texture of the leaves on your plant. Generally Plants with brown or dry leaf tips will benefit from regular misting to keep the plant happy and thriving, preferably in the mornings to allow the foliage to completely dry out during the day.

FERTILIZING – No need to fertilize right away, We fertilize our plants during the production phase with slow release fertilizer which can last an additional 2-3 months supplying residual nutrients to the plant. 
Once you do decide to fertilize You may use a fertilizer formulated for interior plants, preferably a slow release fertilizer 180 days duration, fertilize during spring-summer base on label instructions.

PRUNING Bromeliad Neoregelia is not necessary, if left to grow naturally lower bottom leaves will gradually collapse and dry out, once they dry leaves can be pulled or remove to maintain the plant healthy.

HOW TO PROPAGATE BROMELIADS - the easiest way to propagate Bromeliad plants is by way of separation of pups. Simply allow the new offsets to mature over 6 inches tall, cut off the stem close to the main trunk of the mother plant and place in soil, it will gradually root and provide you with a new free plant.