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ACTUAL PLANT SHOWN IN PICTURE- The Neoregelia 'Bonfire' bromeliad is a stunning and vibrant plant known for its fiery coloration and unique rosette formation. This cultivar of the Neoregelia genus is particularly prized for its striking appearance, featuring broad, glossy leaves that boast intense red, orange, and sometimes purple hues, especially when exposed to bright light.


Why It Is Special and Rare:

Vivid Coloration: The 'Bonfire' bromeliad is celebrated for its brilliant, flame-like foliage that creates a dramatic and eye-catching display.

Unique Aesthetic: Its rosette of brightly colored leaves forms a natural centerpiece, making it a standout addition to any plant collection.

Versatility: The 'Bonfire' bromeliad is adaptable to various indoor and outdoor settings, adding a tropical touch to any environment.

Collectibility: Due to its exceptional beauty and the care required to maintain its vibrant colors, the Neoregelia 'Bonfire' is a coveted plant among bromeliad enthusiasts and collectors.


Plant Care Suggested Instructions:

Light:Provide bright, indirect light to maintain the vibrant colors. Direct sunlight for extended periods can scorch the leaves, while too little light may dull the colors.

Temperature:Maintain a warm environment, ideally between 65°F to 80°F (18°C to 27°C). Protect the plant from temperatures below 50°F (10°C) and from sudden temperature fluctuations.

Watering:Keep the central cup (tank) of the bromeliad filled with water, and refresh the water regularly to prevent stagnation.

Water the soil lightly, allowing it to dry out slightly between waterings. Ensure the pot has good drainage to prevent root rot.

Humidity:Provide moderate to high humidity levels, ideally above 50%. Increase humidity by misting the plant occasionally or placing it near a humidifier or a tray of water with pebbles.

Fertilization:Feed the plant with a diluted, balanced liquid fertilizer every month during the growing season (spring to early autumn). Pour the fertilizer solution into the central cup rather than the soil.

Potting:Use a well-draining potting mix designed for bromeliads or epiphytic plants. A mix containing orchid bark, perlite, and peat moss works well. Ensure the pot has drainage holes to prevent water-logging.


By following these care instructions, the Neoregelia 'Bonfire' bromeliad will thrive, showcasing its spectacular and vibrant foliage, making it a cherished and rare addition to any plant collection.

Neorgelia 'bonfire' bromeliad

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