Bromeliad Care?

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Bromeliads are a part of the pineapple family. They are tropical plants that require very little care. Bromeliads do not like direct sunlight. Choose a sunny location away from drafts or cold air. Water your bromeliad only once every week or two and it is advisable not to use standard potting soil for growing bromeliads. The soil must have good drainage, so a mixture of sandy soil is the best
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