bromeliads and mosquitoes

Bromeliads and Mosquitoes Need Not Go Hand in Hand

Meghan Shinn | October 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

When tank-type bromeliads are grown outdoors, whether as year-round garden plants in frost-free areas like southern Florida, or as summer container specimens in colder regions, they can become a breeding site for mosquitoes. You need not get rid of them, …

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