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Bromeliad Flower Is Leaning

I have a bromeliad with a red flower in the center. It is growing great. My question is: The flower in the center is leaning to one side. Is this normal or I am suppose to stake it up straight? This plant is kept inside. Sure hope you have an answer for me. Thank You.


Hardiness Zone: 9a

Janice from Jax., FL

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March 28, 20080 found this helpful

You can try turning the plant a little each day to see if it's leaning towards the sunlight from a window nearby, staking probably wont hurt just be gentle and remember to keep water in it's "cups " at the base of the stems. They will do better this way good luck!

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