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The trademark of bromeliad plants is their long, sword-shaped leaves that grow in a dazzling array of colors. New leaves develop in the center of the plant in a rosette formation and grow out.
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Get to Know Bromeliad!


Brighten your day or someone else's with a Bromeliad! Bromeliads are as easy to care for as houseplants can get. These low-maintenance indoor plants are primarily native to the tropics and subtropics of the Americas. They prefer high temperatures and humidity, but they are adaptable and can thrive in most home environments. Adding a bromeliad to your space is a great way to bring in a tropical feel and lots of color and texture. The broad leaves can feature patches of intensely saturated colors or patterns.


Mist the plant regularly (2-3 times a week) and water the soil every 1–2 weeks, allowing it to dry out halfway between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. Bromeliads can be sensitive to hard tap water. Try using filtered water or leaving water out overnight before using. For best results, provide an additional source of humidity like a pebble tray or humidifier.


Thrives in bright indirect light, but can tolerate a few hours of direct sun.


Yes! This plant is non-toxic to your furry friends.

Sad Plant (is your plant dying?)

So your bromeliad bloom turned brown? Well, it might sound harsh, but once your bromeliad bloom has begun to die, you can cut it off! Bromeliads are known for their exotic, long-lasting flowers. These tropical plants can bloom for months, in fact. However, once a bromeliad’s flower begins to die, it is signaling the next cycle in its life. This next cycle is producing pups. Pups are new bromeliad plants, which will be the future generation of your bromeliad garden. By cutting off the bromeliad’s dying flower, you can help the plant refocus its energy on these new pups.