GUZMANIA - plant generic
  • GUZMANIA - plant generic
  • GUZMANIA - plant generic
  • GUZMANIA - plant generic
  • GUZMANIA - plant generic
  • GUZMANIA - plant generic

GUZMAN - info

The tropical atmosphere.

In the rainforest, frogs and salamanders will appreciate these plants, seeking shelter among the trees and shrubs.

As with all bromeliads (1500 variety about) the Guzmania is a plant epiphyte and in nature uses the roots to cling to the trunks of the trees in the higher areas of the forest.



It is preferable to use rain water for watering.

Give a little water into the central rosette of the plant as the temperature in our homes is not as high as in the natural environment, and the evaporation is low.

Change the water inside the washer every 20 days to remove any salts, plant debris, or anything that could damage the plant.


Your plant blooms only once and then generate new plantlets!

You can enjoy its inflorescence for a very long time.

When you see that your plant is starting to throw a new little plant may stimulate you to bloom by putting it in a plastic bag with a ripe apple as such fruit produces a gas that stimulates the flowering of your Bromelia.

From mid-may onwards, you can put your vessel with the Guzmania on the outside, both on the terrace and in the garden.

Data sheet

A lot of light. No direct sun.
Recommended temperature
Greater than 15 °C
See the notes below in detail.
Spray with water, possibly rainwater or a little of the limestone, even on a daily basis, to create a habitat more similar to that of the origin of the plant.
Flowering season
Throughout the year
Season of Availability on the market - in Bloom with forced cultivation
Throughout the year
The name is in honor of Anastasio Guzman, Spanish naturalist who lived in the EIGHTEENTH century.
Central and south America
Tropical forests