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Bromeliads are little tropical wonders that are perfect for growing in an office with only artificial light. They come in a variety of different colors to brighten up your office space or living room. 

  • Light: Grows well under artificial light, such as a windowless office. 
  • Watering: Water thoroughly every 2-3 weeks and allow to dry out completely. 
  • Other Considerations: Bromeliads are grown in moss or bark, not soil. They do not like sitting in water, so make sure that any excess water drains out easily. 

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