For general health maintenance, regeneration and care of tillandsias and bromeliads.
Tillandsias are becoming increasingly popular as houseplants because of their ease of care. In fact, tillandsias are epiphytic plants that absorb water and nutrients from the air. In their native habitats, tillandsias live in an environment with high dew formation and they get rain every now and then. If you cannot provide your tillandsias with an environment with sufficiently high humidity (e.g. bathroom with daylight), you should mist them with BIPLANTOL Tillandsia Spray from time to time. With proper care with Biplantol, you can enjoy your tillandsias for many years.
Vital tillandsias and bromeliads are more resistant and therefore less susceptible to diseases, climatic and site stress.
Effect of preventive and multiple application
- optimal care for tillandsias and bromeliads
- supports plant health and vitality
- promotes flower formation
- stimulates the plant's own ability to regenerate
- ideal as a moisturizer for tillandsias
Used preventively, BIPLANTOL® supports the plants from the inside out. Homeopathically treated plants are more robust, grow better and are more eager to bloom. Plants stressed by care mistakes and diseases can recover more easily with multiple applications. BIPLANTOL® Tillandsia is absorbed by the whole plant and does not leave lime stains.
Directions for use: BIPLANTOL® Tillandsia is a ready-to-use spray solution that does not need to be diluted. Shake before use. Do not apply in direct sunlight. Spray the plant evenly.
Time of application: all year round, spray regularly 2-3 times a week.
No side effects on humans, beneficial organisms and ecosystem when used as directed and properly. Bees, beneficial insects and other insects are not affected.
Homeopathic-dynamized complex remedy, contains in potentized form (D10-D100), among others, the minerals potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium; phosphorus, sulfur; trace elements such as boron, copper, manganese, silicon, organic germanium, as well as uronic acids (plant mucilage).