Category Bromeliad

Tillandsia Ionantha: Growing and Care Of The Tillandsia Flower
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Tillandsia Ionantha: Growing and Care Of The Tillandsia Flower

Tillandsia ionantha is one of the most colorful of the air plants, which are part of the genus Tillandsia from the Bromeliaceae family.The air plants are unusual, in that they can grow on almost anything without the need for soil.The ionantha air plant is native to Mexico, Costa Rica, Central America and parts of South America, and has become a popular ornamental plant throughout the world.

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Which Is Better Bromeliads or Orchids For Indoor Color?

In the winter months, many gardeners miss caring for and enjoying plants. Houseplants like the Sansevieria trifasciata can fill the gap somewhat, but for dazzling color and easy care, bromeliads and orchids continue to grow in popularity for use as indoor plants.According to the vice-president of marketing and sales for Silver Vase, a well-known grower of bromeliads and orchids, people are drawn to these unusual tropical plants because they want to try something new that will provide a spark of joy and happiness in today’s uncertain world.
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Watering Bromeliads – How To Water A Potted Bromeliad!

Bromeliad plants are colorful, long-lasting (3 -4 months) and make great gifts. People always ask how to water them. This video will give you a quick lesson on watering bromeliads and see just how much water can a bromeliad plant hold.Bromeliads, air plants in their natural habitat, grow under a wide range of conditions and will survive prolonged periods of drought.
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Pink Pineapple Plant: Learn Growing And Ananas Comosus Care

Native to South America, the “pink pineapple plant” Ananas Comosus A-nan-as kom-OH-sus produces a fruit found in supermarkets across the world with the common name “pineapple.”Ananas is part of the Bromeliad family with over 3,400 species.These plants are mostly monocots, which are flowering plants with seeds that only contain one embryonic leaf, such as asparagus, leeks, and onions (allium).
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Tillandsia Ionantha: Growing and Care Of The Tillandsia Flower

Tillandsia ionantha is one of the most colorful of the air plants, which are part of the genus Tillandsia from the Bromeliaceae family.The air plants are unusual, in that they can grow on almost anything without the need for soil.The ionantha air plant is native to Mexico, Costa Rica, Central America and parts of South America, and has become a popular ornamental plant throughout the world.
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Bromeliad Cryptanthus Care | Growing Earth Star Plants

The decorative Cryptanthus krip-TAN-thus ‘Earth Star’ is an unusual plant with a flat rosette of leaves.The short plant comes in a variety of shades, including red, green, and white.Cryptanthus are part of the bromeliad plant family and native to Brazil.Despite the flat shape, these plants can reach up to two feet across.
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Tillandsia Air Plants: Learn About Tillandias, Easy Air Plant Care

The Tillandsia til-LAND-see-uh is a genus that includes over 650 species and is part of the Bromeliad plant family.These usually hanging plants are commonly called “air plants” due to their ability to cling to different surfaces, including trees, rocks, and even telephone wires.Linneaus referred to Tillandsias as “Carnations of the air” and named “Tillandsia” for Elias Tillands.
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Bromeliad Garden: [HOW TO] Enjoy Long Lasting Color Indoors Year Round

A bromeliad garden creates a BLAST of color!Whether you own a small apartment and have a few plants around, or you have a gigantic house with a large array of plants, you probably want to keep the plants healthy and vibrant with color.Creating your own bromeliad garden is very simple, easy, fast and an affordable solution for keeping your plants healthy and vibrant year-round long!
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Bromeliad Care: How To Grow Bromeliad Plants

Here’s the best part of Bromeliad care… its NOT that difficult.Which is great to know… because there are more than 3000 different bromeliad plant types, hailing from the tropical areas of the Americas, also known as the neo-tropics.There is also a species that currently thrives in Western Africa; however, it is not native to this area.
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Tillandsia Cyanea Care Tips: Growing The Pink Quill Plant

Tillandsia Cyanea til-LAND-see-uh, sy-AN-ee-uh the pink quill plant is a low-maintenance, easy to cultivate house plant native to the rainforests of Ecuador, commonly called the fan flower or pink quill.It belongs to the bromeliad family of flowering plants, most of which come from the South American region.
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Is The Bromeliad Plant Poisonous?

The Bromeliaceae family is a diverse group of 75 genera and approximately 3,590 species.The most famous members of the family include pineapple, air plants, and Spanish moss. Many bromeliad plants have become popular, easy to care for ornamental house plants.Most bromeliads are tropical plants. They come from the United States, the tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas to West Africa.
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Guzmania Plant Care: Growing Colorful Bromeliad Plants

The colorful Guzmania is a perennial plant and a member of the Bromeliad family.These plants come from South America, and there are more than 120 different Guzmania species of these epiphytic specimens.These attractive flowering plants produce colorful flower bracts of yellow, orange, red or deep purple (depending upon the species).
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Neoregelia Care: 17 Tips For Growing The Neoregelia Bromeliad

Bromeliads are a favorite of mine for color inside and out. Indoors we often see the “Silver Vase Plant” Aechmea Fasciata.Guzmanias are another popular bromeliad you see in many garden centers.If you’ve ever had the pleasure of catching some colorful Neoregelias they are a feast for the eyes.The thick, tough foliage and centers color all up and produce so many attractive shades and intense colors.
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Silver Vase Bromeliad Plant Care: Tips On Growing The Aechmea Fasciata

Aechmea fasciata EEK-mee-uh fash-ee-AY-tuh , a member of the Bromeliaceae family (Bromeliad plants), is also known by its common name Silver Vase or the Urn Plant.The genus name, Aechmea, is derived from the Greek, aichme, which means “point.”This refers to the stiff points found on the sepals.The specific epithet, fasciata, means “bound together.
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