Repotting a Bromeliad

I was given a bromeliad last November. The original plant died down, but there are four healthy looking new ones growing around it. It has been outside all summer, but I must bring it in now. Should I separate the new shoots and pot them?

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By Miriam B.

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November 1, 20110 found this helpful

No. I would leave them as is. I have a plant tha is over 20 years and is still in the same pot.I get flowers on the new 'pups' every other year as it seems to take that long for the 'pups' to mature. Just make sure you keep the bowls full of water.

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