Guzmania "Misty" 12/45 Plants Almost Paradise Berlin

Guzmania "Misty" 12/45

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Almost Paradise Berlin
Normaler Preis
€12,60
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€12,60
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Height: 45cm
Pot size: ⌀12cm

Light
If your bromeliad has thin green leaves it can survive in low light. If it t has thick gray leaves, it needs medium light. The flowers (colorful “bracts”) of a bromeliad plant fade quickly and the leaves turn pale green if it's placed in very bright light. The leaves get further apart and turn dark green when the plant needs more light.

Water
Bromeliad plants are drought resistant succulents that like dry soil. These houseplants have very small roots and over-watering is the number one reason bromeliads die. Some have "tanks" that like being filled with water; others have fine hairs on their leaves that enjoy being misted.

Fertilizer
Feed bromeliad plants by spraying a liquid fertilizer directly onto the leaves a few times each season. Dilute the plant food 1/2 to 1/4 the recommended strength. Never put fertilizer into the central cup of a bromeliad.

Humidity
Bromeliad plants grow well in basic household humidity.

Flowering
Less intense light and cooler temperatures help bromeliad flowers stay colorful longer. Indoor bromeliad plants bloom only once. As the bromeliad flower starts to die, the plant produces “pups,” baby plants around the base of the mother plant. Cut off the dying flower, so the plant can direct its energy to helping the "pups" grow.

Soil
Use a light well-aerated fast draining soil. Add sand or perlite if the soil seems too heavy.

Pruning
Bromeliads rarely need to be pruned. If leaf tips turn brown, trim them with a sharp, wet scissors.

Poisonous Plant Info
Bromeliads are non- Poisonous Houseplants.