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Pink Quill

Pink Quill

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Pink Quill is a member of the bromeliad family of air plants, and gets its name from the plume of bright pink bracts that last for months.
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Get to Know Pink Quill!


Arching, narrow green leaves grow in a rosette with flower spikes appearing in summer. Its pink bracts are densely overlapping, with violet-blue flowers emerging for a brief show.


The best way to water a pink quill is to spray it once or twice a week. Give the soil a good watering every 1-2 months, depending on the temperatures and the season. If your water is hard, then use purified or distilled water as this plant is susceptible to a build-up of minerals in some tap waters.


Bright natural light is best for a Pink Quill Plant. Keep it in this light to bring on the flowering & keep the plant happy for the long run. Be sure to avoid any strong, direct sun as the leaves will burn.


Yes! This plant is non-toxic but should not be ingested by pets as it can cause some indigestion.

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BROWNING LEAVES: If the leaves of your Pink Quill plant are turning brown, it could be a sign of overwatering, underwatering, or low humidity. To fix this issue, make sure to water the plant only when the soil is dry to the touch, and ensure that the pot has adequate drainage to prevent water from accumulating in the soil. Additionally, you can increase the humidity around the plant by placing a tray of water near it, using a humidifier, or misting the leaves regularly.

LACK OF FLOWERING: If your Pink Quill plant is not producing flowers, it could be a sign of insufficient light or incorrect fertilization. To fix this issue, make sure that the plant is getting enough bright, indirect light, and adjust its placement as needed. Additionally, fertilize the plant with a balanced fertilizer every two to four weeks during the growing season to encourage healthy growth and flowering.