our second batch of imported bromeliads is now a fact. And boy, do they look beautiful. All of them are unique, and many of them are available exclusively at Biotopo. The entire process of importing took us months of labor, but now we are completely satisfied with our offer. Unfortunately, the first shipment of hybrids wasn't up to the mark, despite having very beautiful plants. Lots of incorrectly delivered bromeliads that have not even reached the webshop. Additionally, there were many beautiful ones, most of which you have already purchased.
One critique was that the bromeliads were frequently too large. Getting an accurate idea of the size of the plant from a website is very difficult. That is why we have focused on smaller and more compact hybrids this time around. Neoregelia Pemiento is the only plant that grows as wide as 35 centimeters. Studio photography will be completed by February 21. Each bromeliad will be accompanied by an image clearly showing its size. In the top right corner of the picture, you will also see the plant's size.
In this article, we will share with you some tips on how you can take care of your bromeliad plants after they have been purchased. Bromeliads aren't that hard to care for, but to ensure that they thrive, here are a few tips. A puddle of water must always be present in the center of the bromeliad. Broreliads are often sprayed wet with every watering, but in fact you only need to spray them lightly three times a week. Fortunately, you can quickly recognize whether a bromeliad is kept too moist. If not only the outer leaves are wilting or turning yellow but also the inner leaves, try reducing the watering times. If brown dots appear on the ends of the bromeliads, then it probably has too little water or the humidity is not high enough. Ideal for most bromeliads is a humidity between 60% or 70% during the day. Make sure there is always room around the bromeliad and the roots, so that there is sufficient air circulation. As soon as the roots cannot breathe properly, then the bromeliad tends to rot. The last tip, of course, is that the you should have lamps that have the full colour spectrum for your bromeliads. Lights that are too bright can also cause burns on the leaves. Choosing the lighting shouldn't revolve around the highest Lumen output. Make sure you buy lighting with the right color spectrum for your plants. As always, everyone is welcome to contact us. We are happy to explain everything to you personally so that you can be sure that your new exclusive Hybrid will do well.
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