Bromeliad Plant FeaturesBromeliads are bold, stylish houseplants that work especially well in contemporary, modern, and tropical decor styles. Bromeliads have colorful, long-lasting blooms (which last for weeks) that contrast beautifully against the strappy green leaves. You'll typically see them flower in shades of pink, red, orange, and yellow.
In addition to their exotic look, bromeliads also improve indoor air quality, helping clear air of indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde (which can be released by paint, gas-burning appliances, and clothing that has been dry cleaned).
Note: After the main flower on your bromeliad begins to fade, the mother plant will begin to decline. But you'll see baby bromeliads (called pups) developing around the base. Grow these out and enjoy more bromeliads!
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Bromeliad Growing InstructionsIndoors, most bromeliads grow best in medium or bright light. Some can take direct sun on their foliage, but others prefer the protection of a sheer curtain or translucent blinds if grown in a sunny window.
Water most bromeliads enough to keep them moist, but never wet or saturated. You'll find many bromeliads are drought tolerant and survive if you forget to water them from time to time.
Outdoors, bromeliad care depends on the type; some can handle full sun and others prefer shade.
Note: Bromeliads are not intended for human or animal consumption.
Medium water needs
Indoors: High light
Indoors: Medium light
Purifies the air
Super-easy to grow