Bromeliad Summer


A colorful and low-maintenance air plant, the Bromeliad Summer is a striking houseplant that adds warmth to your home. With a bright and cheery magenta flower, this bromeliad is pet-friendly and makes for a great gift for any plant lover or beginner plant parent.

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Details & Care


SM—6”-9” tall (including recycled plastic Ecopot) Size Guide


No-fuss—Easy Care


Low to Bright Indirect

Pet Friendly

Yes—Non-toxic and pet-friendly

Air Cleaner

Yes—Releases oxygen and absorbs pollutants

What's Included
  • Healthy plant pre-potted with premium soil
    • Plant size: 6”-9” tall (including pot)
  • Ecopots pot and saucer
    • Pot size: 6.3″ in diameter, 5” tall
    • Saucer size: 6″ in diameter
  • All the tips and tricks for expert-level care

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The Bromeliad Summer is a vibrant bromeliad that is technically an air plant. This stunning tropical plant produces colorful blooms and will add a splash of color to any space.

Native to Mexico, the south-eastern United States, and the Caribbean, Tillandsias typically grow on trees as epiphytes. As a result, they have minimal or no roots and absorb most of their nutrients through their foliage.

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Botanical Name

Tillandsia ‘Summer’

Common Name(s)

Air plant, Tillandsia, Bromeliad