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Species Name: Neoregelia 'Fireball' X (macrosepala x farinosa)
Common Name: Brom, Neo Brom
*Bromilads at Josh's Frogs are sold as pups/offsets from the mother plant.
*Shipped Broms can range anywhere from 1-4" in width and will continue to grow bigger over time with proper care.
Temperature requirement: 50-90°F
Humidity: Moderate (30-70%) - Humid (70-100%)
Watering frequency: Moderate watering needs. Water in the center cup of the plant but replace it with new water weekly
Lighting: Partial Shade - Full Sun
Soil type: Use coarse well-draining soil such as Josh’s Frogs Bromeliad Soil sold Here.
Growth rate: Slow - Moderate
Width (at Maturity): 10 inches
Origin: South America
Regional locality: Endemic to the rainforests of Brazil and surrounding areas
USDA Hardiness Zone: 9-10
Suggested Vivarium/ Animal Terrarium Use:
Care Notes: Brighter, filtered sunlight will bring out more color in the foliage. If the humidity around your bromeliad is low, daily misting can help the plant thrive. Stagnant water in the cup needs to be replaced regularly to avoid crown rot.
As a good practice, Josh's Frogs recommends washing all plants thoroughly removing as much soil as possible with dechlorinated water before placing them in their final home. Live plants may vary in color, size, and appearance.
Bromeliads are shipped bare root. Without pots or soil.
This product ships to your doorstep. Most orders placed before 2pm ET on business days will ship out the same day.
Import/export restrictions on this product require that it can only be shipped to destinations within the United States.
Restrictions on this product that prohibit shipping to the following states: HI.
This product is covered under our Live Arrival Guarantee. If your insect/animal does not arrive in good health, we'll make it right, provided the following criteria are met:
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I was impressed with the size, its one my new favorite bromeliads. Based on the picture I was expecting it to look like a tiger cub bro (thinner longer leaves), but its more filled out with broad leaves, like a fire ball just much larger, i see why its called a super ball now lol.
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