Caring For Bromeliads – Part Eight – Small Details
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Blooming, Care and Culture, Growing Indoors, Growing Outdoors
In this article you’ll find helpful information on the general small detail requirements for a bromeliad plant.
Patience is important with bromeliads, which must be mature before they will bloom. Under ideal conditions, the bromeliad life cycle is completed in 3 years, but plants often need a year or two longer when grown indoors. When buying plants, choose those that have not yet bloomed or have just begun to show a flower spike. Bromeliads in full bloom will expire within a few weeks, and you will have to wait years for another good show of flowers.
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