Guzmania – care and propagation

Colorful flower stalks or leaf rosettes are typical of Guzmania, which belong to the bromeliads. These exotic houseplants are not easy to grow, especially in winter. They like it really bright, which is difficult to do in our latitudes. Special lighting can help the plants not only survive the winter well, but even bloom. We have put together for…

Bromeliad has faded: what to do? | cut flowers

A bromeliad (Bromeliaceae) is one of the few plants that usually bloom once. If it fades, the bromeliad will dry up and die. It cannot be saved and cutting off the flower does not prolong life either. With the right measures, however, a new copy can emerge from it, provided you act quickly. You can read about what these…

Bromeliad loses color: what to do? | Green bromeliads

The fact that the bromeliad, which was initially colorful, loses its color over time leads to great disappointment among many gardeners. Does the owner have to dispose of them after they have flowered once? Luckily not, because with the right care it not only delays the loss of color but also preserves the plant for several years….

Pour bromeliads: with these 12 tips you can do it

It can be many years before a bromeliad blooms and then dies. Until then, she makes few demands on care – with the exception of watering. The most widespread is the terrestrial Bromeliaceae. These are to be watered differently than tied bromeliads. With the following tips for watering, it works perfectly. lime-free water Only lime-free water should be used…

Bromeliads – care, propagation and tips for bromelia

Bromeliads – care, propagation and tips for bromelia

Bromeliads are quite common in stores. They can be purchased all year round. The most popular are specimens with bright colors and showy flowers. Bromeliads often have a very different appearance, although they belong to one genus. They differ in size and shape. They take root on branches, tree trunks and rocks. Terrestrial specimens take root in soil. Some bromeliads can handle…