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Bromeliad Forest Mix

Bromeliad Forest Mix


20cm - 25cm Height / 5cm Pot



    • Introducing our stunning Bromeliads collection, where nature's elegance meets effortless beauty. Elevate any space with these exotic wonders, renowned for their vibrant hues and captivating shapes.Each Bromeliad boasts lush, sword-shaped foliage, forming a striking rosette that serves as a focal point in any room or garden. With a spectrum ranging from fiery reds to calming greens, these tropical treasures add a burst of color to your surroundings, turning every glance into a moment of delight.

    • 20-25cm tall including pot. 
    • 5cm pot.
    • Bromeliads, can thrive outdoors in the UK under the right conditions. While they are generally easy to care for, some specific care instructions will help ensure their health and beauty. Here are the care guidelines for outdoor bromeliad in the UK:

    • Light: Bromeliads prefer bright, indirect light. In the UK, they can be placed in an area with filtered sunlight or partial shade. Avoid direct sunlight, especially during the peak afternoon hours, as it can scorch the leaves.

    • Temperature: Bromeliads are tropical plants and enjoy a warm environment. In the UK, they are best suited to grow outdoors during the warmer months of spring and summer when temperatures range between 15°C to 27°C. In winter, they need protection from frost and cold temperatures, so consider bringing them indoors or providing some shelter.

    • Humidity: Bromeliads thrive in high humidity conditions. The UK climate can be relatively dry, so you might need to increase humidity levels around the plants. Mist the leaves with water regularly or use a humidity tray filled with water and pebbles placed near the bromeliad.

    • Watering: Water bromeliads by filling the central cup (the rosette formed by the leaves) with water. The plant absorbs moisture through its leaves, and this cup acts as a natural reservoir. In the UK, you may need to water them more frequently during dry spells in summer and reduce watering during cooler and wetter periods. Ensure that the soil is well-draining to prevent waterlogged roots.

    • Fertilization: Bromeliads are not heavy feeders. You can apply a diluted, balanced liquid fertilizer to the central cup or use a bromeliad-specific fertilizer. Apply the fertilizer during the growing season (spring and summer) about once a month.

    • Potting and Soil: If your bromeliad is in a container, make sure it has good drainage. Use a well-draining potting mix suitable for epiphytic plants, such as bromeliad mix or orchid mix. The mix should be airy and provide good aeration to the roots.

    • Pest and Disease Control: Bromeliads are generally quite resistant to pests and diseases, but it's essential to inspect your plants regularly. If you notice any signs of pests or diseases (such as mealybugs, scale, or rot), take appropriate action to address the issue promptly.

    • Pruning: Remove any dead or decaying leaves to maintain the plant's appearance and overall health. Avoid cutting the central rosette as it is essential for the plant's growth and water absorption.

    • Winter Protection: In colder months, when temperatures drop significantly, it's crucial to protect your bromeliad from frost. Move the plant indoors.

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