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bromeliad propagation

Posted by chopperthedog 10 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 26, 09 at 19:49

Hi all,

Does anyone know the best way to propagate bromeliad plants?

Can you grow from the proms, can the roots be split, or is there another way?

Thanks for any advice.


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RE: bromeliad propagation

Hi Chopper,

I am not familiar with them, but you might try doing a search and/or asking over at The Bromeliad Forum

hth.

Sue


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RE: bromeliad propagation

Bromeliads shoot off pups. they can be divided when the babies are about 2/3 the size of the mother plant. Some grow very fast some not so much.

After they bloom they will die, but that is OK, a lot of them make many babies.

They can also be propageted from seed, but that takes years and years. I started some from seed (just for fun) I plan to give them to my unborn grandchildren when they graduate from college. LOL!

I love love love bromeliads! It is a serious addiction I have.

Sharon


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RE: bromeliad propagation

Thank you both for responding.

I just got this bromeliad, and it looks really neat (fire red and golden yellow on top). I'd like to produce allot of them, and get others. I guess I'll just have to wait and see if it produces pups.

Thanks again.


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