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Enrich with Nature Bromeliad In Ceramic Pot 12cm Assorted

SKU: 136441 MODEL: I0000435-12 CM
$ 34 .97  each
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Bromeliads are used as indoor and landscape plants. They are epiphytes and the many types have striking foliage colours and others are grown for their colourful and long lived flowers. Decorative and hardy, bromeliads add a splash of colour to any living space. They have striking and attractive flowers which can last up to three months in a range of colours including orange, pink, red, purple and yellow. The wide fleshy leaves are often variegated.
Features and benefits
  • Tropical and colourful.
  • Wide range of varieties.
  • Easy care and low maintenance.
Available in various colours/designs. When ordering online we cannot guarantee which colour/design you will receive.

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Brand Name
Enrich with Nature
Country Of Origin
New Zealand
Model Number
I0000435-12 CM
Warranty Years
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Bromeliads tolerate a broad spectrum of light but are best kept away from full sun. They prefer warm temperatures and will tolerate temperatures down to 15 degrees Celsius. As epiphytes they are relatively drought tolerant which has made them a popular landscape plant in arid climates. Water inside the rosette and feed monthly during the summer with a balanced liquid fertiliser into the rosette. Always ensure the rosette has water. Repot offsets in the spring.