We offer terrarium plants loose, potted, tissue-cultured, and in tubes. Tropical waters and wetland bogs are biodiverse environments where plants play a key role in sustaining ecosystems that feature impressive fish, reptiles, amphibians, and more. No less remarkable than the fauna is the plants in these environments which encompass many types from surface-covering vegetation to submerged oxygenators. At Complete Aquatic Systems, we cultivate plants for tropical and bog vivariums (a.k.a. paludariums).
Neoregelia hybrid ‘Bromeliaceae’
Neoregelia hybrid plants come from the Bromeliaceae family, which is the same family as the pineapple. These gorgeous, tropical terrarium plants provide a wonderful splash of jewel-toned pink, orange, yellow, and red colors, and the foliage forms a patterned rosette around central cups or tanks.
|Sсіеntіfіс nаmе:||Neoregelia Hybrid|
|Fertilizer:||All-Purpose Orchid Food|
|Soil:||Well-Drained Orchid bark or Mix|
About Neoregelia Hybrid ‘Bromeliaceae’
The Bromeliaceae plant shows its most vibrant colors when given bright, indirect sunlight. Avoid hot, direct sun, as this plant is susceptible to burning. Don’t overwater Neoregelia hybrid plants, and make sure to reduce water during winter months. These plants don’t typically require fertilizer, but fertilizing them once or twice annually – during spring and summer – is fine.
These plants don’t typically require repotting, as they don’t grow long root systems. Eventually, the mother plant will form plants that can be removed with a sharp, clean knife and replanted. The baby plants grow slowly, and will not flower for at least three years.
For more information on the Bromeliaceae plant, or to inquire about wholesale purchases, please send us a message today.