Description:Native to tropical America; this plant has stiff; pineapple-like leaves that grow directly from the ground and overlap to form a tube.
Newest Review: ... etc in them, so you may well have encountered them previously. == Propagation == Bromeliads produce 'pups', which will ... more
Customer Bromelia Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/09/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Bromeliads are another of my favourite plants. They are so strikingly tropical looking that they may just instantly put you in mind of exotic and lazy-but-exciting holidays. Me, I get images of trekking through rainforests searching for unusual creatures! There are a vast number of types available to keep as houseplants, all of which have varying appearances, so I will be reviewing them in general terms. I am also sharing purely my own knowledge, which has been gained from various places in many contexts, so I will apologise to any botanists here if I have some things not quite technically right! == General information == There are over 3000 ... Read the complete review
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Pest free, A stunningly sculptured plant
Sharp leavesPeople steal them!
Easy, cheap, great yields
Gorgeous colours, easy to seed
Slugs love them.
Easy to grow