About Bromeliads Growing in Home Garden
The Bromeliaceae is a flowering plants species native mainly to the tropical Americas, with a few species found in the American. In years before purchasing my own I do remember seeing them in conservatories and even hotel lobbies. They seem to grow as a houseplant in well lite spaces. It is possible that the plants use was like an annual. Maybe the grower or person in charge of the displays switch the plant out when it is struggling. Either way, the right colors and interesting shape of the bromeliads attracts me.
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Most bromeliads thrive in bright, indirect sunlight or dappled shade. Many bromeliads will scorch when exposed for long periods of time to direct sunlight.
Most bromeliads require more humidity than is typical in a climate controlled environment. The bromeliads like to be in a moist soil but NEVER too soggy. If plant is left in a soggy environment the roots may rot.
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