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Bromeliad 'Medusa'

Bromeliad 'Medusa'

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The Bromeliad 'Medusa', scientifically Neoregelia medusa (formerly Bromeliad medusa.), is a fascinating and visually striking houseplant with slender, snake-like leaves twist and turn, creating a captivating array of green and silver, reminiscent of the mythical Medusa's serpentine hair. The 'Medusa' Bromeliad exhibits a sprawling growth habit, supported by flexible, curvaceous stems. At full growth, this Bromeliad extends to a height of approximately 1-3 feet.

Botanical & Common Names

Botanical: Neoregelia medusa (formerly Bromeliad medusa)

Common: Medusa Bromeliad

Necessary Care Tips

  • Light: Bright Indirect
  • Ideal Temperature: 60-85°F
  • Humidity: Medium
  • Water: When the top inch of soil is dry
  • Fertilize: Once a month during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer diluted to half strength
  • Preferred Soil: Well-Draining Potting Mix

Advanced Care Tips

  • Prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower light conditions.
  • Keep the central rosette filled with water, and mist the leaves occasionally.
  • Bromeliads have shallow roots. Meaning, they don't need a lot of space in their growing container and don't need to be repotted often.
  • To encourage your Bromeliad to flower, provide it with the recommended optimal conditions.

Plant Insights

  • Member of the Bromeliaceae family, also known as the Pineapple family, which is a large family of flowering plants that includes over 3,000 species.
  • Bromeliads are native to the tropical and subtropical Americas.
  • Bromeliads belong to the family Bromeliaceae. This family contains over 3,000 species of plants, which are native to the tropical and subtropical Americas. Bromeliads are known for their diverse range of forms and colors, and they are popular houseplants and garden plants. Bromeliads are typically epiphytes, which means they grow on other plants, such as trees or cacti. However, some bromeliads are terrestrial, meaning they natively grow in the soil.
  • Bromeliad flowers are typically brightly colored and long-lasting. They can come in a large variety of different shapes and sizes depending on the species.
  • Pet Safe / Nontoxic
  • Low Maintenance

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