Guzmania plants are perennial plants in the bromeliad family. These tropical beauties are known as epiphytic plants and attach to trees with roots that never reach the soil. Striking bracts grow from the center of the plant and can be red, yellow, orange, or deep purple.
Bromeliads thrive in bright, sunny spaces. Direct sunlight exposure for an extended period of time can cause damage to the leaves.
As moisture is collected through their leaves, they like to be misted once or twice a week.
To get this beauty to keep on flowering, keep the center of the bromeliad filled with water and add diluted liquid seaweed or diluted compost tea once every two weeks.
This plant is non-toxic to cats and dogs.
A single bromeliad houseplant can remove at least 80 percent of six different VOCs from the air inside a 76-liter pot.
A single Bromelia Guzmania in a 20cm plastic nursery pot.