Watering bromeliads is no different than any other houseplant care; check your houseplants regularly for their soil being dry. Most plants need water when they are dry unless they are a picky plant, in which case, you should have some sort of direction as to how to handle the watering.
Feed blushing bromeliads weekly with low-nitrogen 5-59-10 ratio fertilizer diluted to one-eighth strength, or use general purpose 20-20-20 fertilizer diluted to one-sixteenth strength monthly. Decrease or withhold feeding if your blushing bromeliad begins to lose foliage color or if it becomes large and misshapen
Depending on the species at hand, indoor bromeliad plants prefer to receive natural sunlight that ranges from moderate to bright, indirect light. If grown under artificial lights or fluorescent lights with little natural sunlight, your bromeliad should get between 14 and 16 hours per day
Bromeliads prefer temperatures between 60 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Though some cold-hardy types can survive temperatures down to 20 degrees, they should generally not be exposed to temperatures under 40 degrees. 1 They grow well indoors in 60 percent humidity.
Remove the bromeliad from the container and separate it from the mother plant, if possible. When placing the bromeliad into the new container, center it and fill with Espoma's Orchid Mix. You don't need to tuck it in too hard, as it likes having room to breathe. Water it in well to help it settle into its new home.