Bromeliads have it all: as epiphytic plants, they collect water in their leaves, which are funnel-shaped and act as water reservoirs.
What you need
Stick a finger 2 to 3 cm into the soil and check if the soil feels dry. Also check the funnels to make sure it needs water at all.
If you have an FYTA Beam, just check the moisture values in the FYTA app!
Water from the top of their funnel-shaped leaves and change the water every four weeks!
Give your bromeliaceae some time to absorb as much water as it needs.
When no more water is absorbed, tip away the excess water to avoid waterlogging. Use the rag to wipe up any remaining water. Done!
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