How to Propagate Bromeliads?

Bromeliads are easy to grow and make long-lasting houseplants. Many varieties produce colorful flowers that bloom for several months.

Normally Bromeliads have 3 propagation methods, division sowing, and cutting. Now, let's look at these three propagation methods of Bromeliads.

The first step is to take the seedlings from the mother plant. Cut the roots from the mother plant in order to make the tillering seedlings have as many roots as possible.

The second step, before planting, to fill the cut of a small Pineapple with dry toner, and burn it thoroughly and grind it with a small stick.

The third step, with a breathable and permeable non-glazed clay basin first into 1/3 of the slightly acidic culture soil rich in humus grain structure...

and then gently put the seedlings into the basin, carefully fill the soil lightly patted.

After the plant is loaded into the pot, irrigate the root or pour a permeable water. Because its root system was very damaged, water absorption ability is very weak.

it will take about 3 ~ 4 weeks to restore the germination of the new root.

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