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My Bromeliad has Fertilizer Salt Buildup… What Should I Do? We are often asked what to do in circumstances where fertilizer salts or hard water minerals have left deposits on your bromeliad’s foliage. Bromeliads rarely take up every last bit of fertilizer, particularly in the top 1 in (2.5 cm) or so of soil. In that area, moisture tends to evaporate, leaving behind accumulated salts. You can see these salts as whitish deposits on the inner rim of the container, and sometimes on the soil’s surface, too. Few plants are immune to the effects of these salts, which destroy root tissues […]
How Long will my Bromeliad Bloom?
Author: Celeste Booth
Blooming, Care and Culture, Frequently Asked Questions, Propagation
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