information: Silver Urn plants are super easy to grow.
Silver Vase's large pink flowers will last 8 to 12 weeks. The
pictured plant is in what they call "low bloom stage" or
"below water level".
Most Bromeliads are purchased as a disposable flowering house plant. With this
in mind you can place the plant any where in the home of office.
If you wish to keep your Bromeliad long term, place it in bright
indirect or filtered light. Water when the soil is has dried about
one half inch from the surface. Water your plant by pouring water
down the stem of the plant creating a little water fall of sorts that ends
at the soil, being careful not to pour water into upper leaves
of the plant where the bloom is growing from.
To re-flower your Silver Vase Bromeliad, make sure your plant is not
dry. Place the
plant in a large clear plastic bag out of direct sunshine. Slice up an apple (the apple will produce ethylene gas) and place it on
the soil. Seal the bag and leave your plant in the bag for 2
weeks, watering if necessary. Eventually your Silver Vase
Bromeliad will flower
again. Propagate by removing suckers from the sides of the mother plant