Vriesea (Flaming Sword) - Mixed

Vriesea Mixed Bromeliad 140 mm
Vriesea Mixed Bromeliad 175 mm
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Vriesea (Flaming Sword) - Mixed

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Are you looking for a new indoor plant to liven up your home? Vriesea are beautiful, easy-to-care-for plants that make a perfect addition to any room. They come in a variety of colors, and their long strappy leaves add a touch of greenery to any space. You can keep your Vriesea indoors or outdoors in areas with part shade or shade. They thrive in bright, indirect sunlight; but can also tolerate low-light conditions. Purchase a Vriesea plant today on our website!


Light requirement: Part sun/part shade, Bright indirect sunlight, Medium indirect sunlight, and Low light tolerant

Water requirement: Medium

Watering frequency: Water the potting mix thoroughly and wait until the mix is nearly completely dry before watering again. This plant mostly absorbs water and nutrients from the air rather than its roots. Ensure the 'central vase' is always topped up with water. Replace this water at least once a month to ensure it does not rot.

Soil: Well-draining

Skill level: Intermediate

Growth rate: Slow

Suitable for containers: Yes

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Drought tolerance: High

Frost tolerance: Medium

Wind tolerance: Medium

Disease and pest susceptibility: Mealybug, spider mites, heart rot (keep the water in the inner vase fresh and do not overwater the plant to prevent this.)

Mature height: 60 cm

Mature width: 60 cm

Suitable for shaping: No

Colour: Green

Variegation: No

Size: Large

Seasonality: Evergreen

Flowering: Yes; profuse/bright display

Flower colour: Red, yellow, orange or maroon bracts with white flowers

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Flowering season: A bromeliad will bloom only once throughout its lifespan following which the mother plant will die back, but its pups will continue to grow.

Fruit: No

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