Indoor Bromeliads

Bromeliads are a special group of tropical plants, many of which are epiphytes, which means they do not grow in the soil but on the trunks and branches of trees. However, some bromeliads are terrestrial. The peculiarity of bromeliads is the rosette of large leaves, in the center of which rain water often accumulates. Often, these plants are grown in suspended pots onwindows.

From a biological point of view, bromeliads are interesting because of a special type of photosynthesis-C4. Most bromeliads are hardy enough and drought-resistant. Many breed babies and die after flowering.

Aechmea
Aechmea
Acanthostachys
Acanthostachys
Ananas
Ananas
Billbergia
Billbergia
Vriesia
Vriesia
Hechtia
Hechtia
Guzmania
Guzmania
Dyckia
Dyckia
Cryptanthus
Cryptanthus
Neoregelia
Neoregelia
Nidularium
Nidularium
Tillandsia
Tillandsia

Fascicularia
Fascicularia