How to Break up a Bromeliad?

Answer After your bromeliad plant flowers, that's it. It will begin to decline and eventually die. Yet, the plant is already busily reproducing by creating new plants around the base. These "pups" or baby... Read More »

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How to Care for a Bromeliad?

Bromeliads are members of a plant family known as Bromeliaceae (bro-meh-lee-AH-say-eye). The pineapple is one of the best known plants of this family. The flower stalk is produced from the center o... Read More »

How do I grow bromeliad plants?

LocationChoose a bright location that receives only indirect light, though some varieties tolerate more light and very few tolerate full sun. Follow the plant care instructions provided with your v... Read More »

How do I care for bromeliad plants?

IndoorsPlant terrestial bromeliads in small clay (more stable, but they need more water) or plastic pots (depending on the diameter of the plant). Do not use regular potting soil; the University of... Read More »

How to Germinate Bromeliad Seed?

Bromeliads include various types of plants that range from pineapples to Spanish moss. They are usually kept as houseplants in most of the United States, but you can grow bromeliads at your home fr... Read More »