TheNeoregelia Bromeliadis a special bromeliad because they grow short and wide. Bromeliad plants provide an exotic touch to the home and bring a sense of the tropics and sun-kissed climates. Growing a bromeliad as a houseplant is easy and brings interesting texture and color to any room. Neoregelias showcase blue or white flowers in their center while the inner leaves surrounding the flowers are a beautiful pink or red leaves. Their striking foliage can come in quite the array of colors and patterns. The showy bromeliad may look difficult to grow, but this tropical-looking epiphyte is easy to care for in average home conditions.
Thrives in bright, natural light. Place near an east or west window. Can tolerate low light conditions. Not suited for direct sun, they will burn.
Water 2-3 times a week, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. In the rainforests, rainwater gathers in the stiff rosette of leaves that form the urn. Don't overwater, but keep the urn 1/4 filled with water at all times. Provide a moist atmosphere.
Sick Plant Signs
Brown leaves, wet potting mix: Overwatering, root rot