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ACTUAL PLANT IN PICTURE - The Bromeliad Vriesea 'Bonfire' is a striking and exotic plant known for its brilliant and vibrant inflorescence. This cultivar of the Vriesea genus stands out for its long-lasting, fiery red and orange flower spikes that resemble a bonfire, hence its name. The foliage forms a rosette of smooth, glossy, green leaves, providing a stunning contrast to its colorful blooms.


Why It Is Special and Rare:

Vibrant Blooms: The 'Bonfire' produces a spectacular display of bright red and orange flower spikes that can last for several months, adding a tropical flair and visual interest to any plant collection.

Unique Appearance: Its distinct and dramatic flowers make it a focal point in any indoor or outdoor garden.

Collectibility: Vriesea 'Bonfire' is a desirable addition for bromeliad enthusiasts due to its unique beauty and the challenge it presents in cultivation compared to more common houseplants.

Low Maintenance: Despite its exotic appearance, this bromeliad is relatively easy to care for, making it accessible to both novice and experienced gardeners.

Plant Care Suggested Instructions:

Light:Provide bright, indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight, which can scorch the leaves. It thrives in filtered light conditions, similar to those found under the canopy of a rainforest.

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

Watering:Keep the central cup (tank) of the plant filled with water, and change the water regularly to prevent stagnation and bacterial growth.

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

Humidity:Provide moderate to high humidity levels, ideally above 50%. Increase humidity by misting the plant regularly 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. Ensure the pot has adequate drainage holes to prevent waterlogging.


By following these care instructions, the Bromeliad Vriesea 'Bonfire' will thrive and reward you with its spectacular and long-lasting blooms, making it a cherished and rare addition to any plant collection.

Vriesea bonfire bromeliad

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