The Giant Bromeliad, also known as Puya raimondii, is a stunning plant native to the high Andes of Peru and Bolivia. It's a rare and unusual species, with a unique and eye-catching appearance. In its natural habitat, the Giant Bromeliad grows in rocky and mountainous regions, where it can reach up to 30 feet tall.
The Giant Bromeliad has thick, spiky, grey-green leaves that grow in a rosette formation, creating a dramatic architectural effect. In the center of the rosette, the plant produces a tall, upright spike of bright flowers, which bloom in the spring and summer. The spike can be up to 10 feet tall, making it an impressive sight to behold!
The Giant Bromeliad is a slow-growing plant that can take several years to reach its full size. It's a great choice for large, spacious rooms, as it can add a bold and striking focal point to any space. It is also a great choice for adding a tropical or exotic touch to a variety of landscaping projects.
💦 Water: Keep soil wet, but do not over water.
☀️ Light: Bright Light to partial shade. We recommend LED Full Spectrum Plant Light Strips, 2 foot
🪴 Potting: Prefers well-draining potting mix including peat moss, perlite, and sand. We recommend our Potted Elephant Cacti & Succulent Potting Mix.