Bromeliad Neoregelia Plant Donna in 6 In. Grower's Pot -34%

Bromeliad Neoregelia Plant Donna in 6 In. Grower's Pot

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Low-maintenance plant is best planted from spring to summer Bromeliad needs bright and indirect sunlight for growth Grows in USDA hardiness zones 10 and 11 in fast-draining soil Dimension Mature Height (in.) 10 Mature Width...
  • Low-maintenance plant is best planted from spring to summer
  • Bromeliad needs bright and indirect sunlight for growth
  • Grows in USDA hardiness zones 10 and 11 in fast-draining soil

Dimension

Mature Height (in.) 10 Mature Width (in.) 14

Specification

Additional Characteristics None Listed Fragrance Non-Fragrant
Average Shipping Height (in.) 6 Light Requirements Medium Light
Best Time to Plant Spring to Summer Mature Size Large
Blossom Color Pink Number of plants included (Pack-Size) 1
Botanical Name Bromeliad Returnable 180-Day
Common Name Bromeliad Water Requirements Once a week

Product Overview

Plantboxs’ bromeliad plants offer an exotic touch to the home or office 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 the interior. Learn how to care for a bromeliad plant and you will have a long-lasting unique houseplant that is low maintenance.

● This plant is prized for its thick foliage that grows in a natural rosette.
● Its wide leaves are sword-shaped or scoop-like and grow around a central cup.
● Bromeliad plants often cling to trees or other structures, they are not parasitic but simply use the structures as perches from which to gather sun and moisture.
● They don’t require deep pots or thick potting soils and generally do better in shallow pots and may grow in low soil mediums such as orchid mix, a blend of bark, sphagnum moss, and other organic amendments.