According to the University of Florida: Many factors cause bromeliads to bloom such as plant age, day length, light intensity, water and temperature. Some bromeliads bloom quite regularly while others do not. Research on the flowering process has shown that bromeliads can be induced to flower by exposing them to ethylene gas (a product of burning wood and leaves and ripening fruit and vegetables). After exposure to ethylene gas, the flowers appear, depending on the genus involved, within 6 to 14 weeks. A simple method that a home gardener can use to start bromeliads' flowering is to place a healthy, mature plant with all the water drained from its cup inside a tightly closed, clear plastic bag for a week to 10 days with a ripe apple. During senescence (aging process), the apple releases ethylene gas that, in turn, induces the bromeliad to flower.
where bromeliads are live
An Iris will rebloom the next year if you cut the stem.
Tree frogs have a commensalism relationship with frogs. Frogs live in bromeliads, but bromeliads are not affected at all.
bromeliads smell pretty good you know but all flowers have a good smell
what layer of the rain forest can you find a bromeliads
what layer in the rain forest does the rain forest the bromeliads live in
in the canopy
you find them in tropical rainforests.
Spider Monkeys ear Bromeliads
in the north part of the rainforest
No, they are not. Don't worry.
orchids and bromeliads
The name is Bromeliaceae.
bromeliads are special plants that store water in their leaves . animals like frogs use these pockets of water for laying their eggs.they are found in rainforests.like in amazon basin
Iris blooms in the late spring but some will rebloom in the fall.
yes they lik,e to eat other plants too they like bromeliads because it holds alot of water and they dont have to get water for a long time
bromeliads is not spelled bromiliads
Bromeliads come from South America.
bromeliads and orchids