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This bromeliad is grown for its dark maroon to almost black leaves and needs fast-draining soil. Flowers are small and almost inconspicuous.
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Florida residents would probably recognize this bromeliad as one that grows freely in their outdoor gardens, with its long, maroon-to-black strap leaves. Summertime blooms are small and grow in the central cup, so are rather inconspicuous. 'Royal Burgundy' neoregelia is epiphytic, meaning that it grows on trees in its native habitat, so requires fast-draining soil and lots of indirect light. Wider than it is tall at maturity, this bromeliad is more about its striking foliage than flowers.
|Mature Size||18" tall, up to 3 feet wide|
|Optimum Temperature||60°-80° F|
|Light||Well-lit room, no direct sun|
|Water||Water thoroughly when surface soil begins to dry. Requires well-draining soil.|
|Bloom Color||Often inconspicuous, growing low in the central cup|
|Uses||Houseplant, indoor container planters|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|