Author: Melanie Dearringer4 Comments
My Bromeliad Bloom Looks Like It’s 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 […]
Before You Bring Your Bromeliads Indoors
Author: Celeste Booth
Care and Culture, Growing Indoors, Growing Outdoors
Billbergia Care Cheat Sheet
Learn how to care for your Billbergia bromeliad with this quick and easy informational guide.Learn More
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