|Germination||All bromeliad seed needs light to germinate. The seeds are sown on the surface of a fine potting mixture. Keep the mixture moist but not sodden. The container can be placed in a plastic bag to conserve moisture. The seed are sprayed regularly but allowed to dry out between watering. For all seed, some sign of germination should be apparent in 2-4 weeks with the development of a small green spot. This is the first seed leaf and is followed by a small root, more tiny leaves and more roots. Germination can take time. Be patient!|
|Scarification / Stratification||No|
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