Bromeliads typically have bright red, blue, orange,purple, or yellow flowers and grow in a number of different ways. They are sometimes called "air plants" because they have the ability to absorb moisture and nutrients for the atmosphere.
Many mature Bromeliads only bloom once but there are occasional exceptions. When the Bromeliad no longer makes leaves, it flowers for a few months typically and sometimes up to 6 years and then dies. Bromeliads do not have just one main flower, but a cluster of flowers that are bright and tall and form a rosette shape.
Bromeliads all have trichomes which are very small scales that help the plant trap and absorb water. New leaves form and grow from the center of the plant while the plant is maturing.
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