Bromeliad is a collective name that synthesizes plants belonging to the Bromeliaceae family. They are characteristic plants of Central America and the Indian islands; they are used to adorn the apartments because they are evergreen, and do not require direct sunlight. Bromeliad looks like a rosette with fleshy light green leaves. The leaves extend from the flower which usually has a strong and bright color such as red and yellow. If you grow the plant carefully and in the right places, you can also take advantage of its fruits. Bromeliad flowers can be of various shapes mainly spike or "funnel" recall the warm colors and sometimes are also found in white.
In summer, bromeliad needs exposure to the sun, because in nature they are a plant that generally develops in the undergrowth and for this reason they are far from the sun's rays and need them more than other plants. However, the plant should be positioned where there is good brightness, avoiding direct sunlight, as it could cause the leaves to burn. In winter, however, it is necessary to do a completely different type of treatment, in fact in these periods the Bromeliads must be placed absolutely in closed places and far from bad weather, because Bromelia is a very fragile plant and as such must be safeguarded.
As for the watering to be done to a bromelia, you will have to start from the period of March, to end in October. Both the soil and the leaves will be watered, and this must be done at least once a day. Attention to when the periods will come when the climate will be more rigid, because the plant will no longer need much care for watering, in fact you will have to act every 25 - 30 days.