What is a plant urn?
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What is a plant urn?
Image by Quinn Dombrowski. Aechmea fasciata, the urn plant bromeliad, comes to us from the South American rainforests. It is an epiphyte, commonly called an air plant, and in the wild it grows on other plants where it receives moisture from heavy rains and nutrients from decaying debris around its roots.
What can I plant in an urn planter?
Stick to small or medium-sized flowering plants. For this reason, they're best suited for planting showy annuals and perennials that don't put down deep roots. Many popular container species like azaleas, impatiens, and hostas also tend to do well in urns.
How do you care for a bromeliad plant?
Following a few simple steps can keep you enjoying bromeliads, both indoors and out, for several seasons.
- Provide bright light without direct sun exposure.
- Maintain optimal humidity.
- Keep air flowing around the plants.
- Make sure the plants stay moist but not soggy.
- Provide adequate drainage.
- Fertilize sparingly.
How do you take care of Aechmea fasciata?
- Light: Indirect light or moderate shade. ...
- Water: Keep water in the central cup. ...
- Temperature: Aim for 55 degrees or higher. ...
- Soil: Any soil mix as these are technically air plants that use their roots for support.
- Fertilizer: Fertilize sparingly with a liquid fertilizer during the growing season.
Do bromeliads like full sun?
Most bromeliads grow under the cover of a tree canopy. Therefore, they are not adapted to being exposed to direct sunlight. Many bromeliads will scorch and lose their color in direct sun. There are, however, bromeliads that enjoy bright, direct light and will thrive in full sun.
What is another name for bromeliad?
Are bromeliads succulents?
By definition a succulent is a plant which stores water in its fleshy leaves, roots, or stems. The bromeliad stores water in it's “urn” and does not depend on uptake of water from roots. This storage of water within it's leaves secures it's place in this category.
What eats a bromeliad?
Arthropod herbivores, especially Curculionidae (Coleoptera) and Lepidoptera, consume leaves, stems, flowers, pollen, and roots of bromeliads. Some herbivores consume nectar, and some of these and other arthropods provide pollination and even seed-dispersal.
Will Bromeliad pups bloom?
With more than 3,000 bromeliad species in the family, the Bromeliaceae offer a plant style to fit nearly any gardener's needs. ... The bromeliad life cycle is unusual: They only live for a few years and bloom once, but they produce pups, or offsets, that will bloom just like the parent plant.
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