Almost all bromeliads are native to tropical climates 😎 Their original habitat is humid and they grow on shady forest floors or attached to trees 🙌 This means bromeliads are adapted for warm, wet, shady climates 😁 You can plant your bromeliad outdoors if you are in an area that is not susceptible to freezing. You should make sure your space is not too bright for bromeliads. If the bromeliad is exposed to direct sunlight, it can suffer from leaf burn. Different types have different sun tolerances. Monitor your site to determine how much direct sun it receives and at what time of day and then purchase a bromeliad whose needs Your site specs will be followed. Your bromeliad must also be kept moist.
The bathroom is a good place to keep bromeliads. Bathrooms naturally have higher humidity levels than other areas. House or office building. But, there is one problem. Bathrooms is that there is often very little natural light available. You should ensure that your bathroom does not have any windows. Light that is on all the time or mount a grow There is a source of light that stays on near the plant even when other lights go out. Low light conditions are a good environment for many Cryptanthus species, which is a terrestrial bromeliad that can be found in forests. Many species of the genera Aechmea, Vriesea, and others will tolerate low-light conditions. We are grateful to Shakir Kohler of Bangui, Central African Republic who brought this information to our attention.
The central question of whether the central tanks of bromeliads should be filled with water Before freezing. It can freeze and kill bromeliads, according to some experts. However, others believe it will help the plant survive. The winter is a good time to decrease water intake. It will allow your plant to go into dormancy, which is more resistant to cold. If you expect a frost to fall, water your plant. Ground around the bromeliad and put Water in the central tank. Ground water will keep the temperature slightly lower than that of the air. You should break up any frozen water from the central tank as quickly as you can. Joesph Gunderson was kind enough to tell us.
Rayshawn Anders, at bromeliads.infoProtective measures include covering the area with cloth or plastic if frost is common. It is however a tedious task. Cover the plantsThey are also unsightly. Additionally, leaves can be mechanically broken. You can prevent damage from cold by using this practical method. Grow bromeliads Use a potting mixture to fill the containers and place them in the ground. The containers should be pulled out when freezing temperatures are forecast. Ground and move them into a garage or other protected area. The plants must be exposed to light at night. If temperatures rise above freezing, and there are no frosty nights predicted, you can plant the flowers. Plants can be placed back into the landscape To hide pot edges, mulched. Credit to Oriana, who pointed this out.