Real estate agent Joaquín Sánchez was a big fan of Mexico’s famous bromeliads.
“I really liked them because of their delicious taste, and also because of the beauty of the countryside, especially in the summertime,” he said.
“The bromelias are very, very expensive, and they are very easy to grow.”
But he says he’s now found his favorite bromelia on his property in Mexico City.
“In the past I’ve had to grow them myself, and I was able to do it at home,” Sánchiz said.
But he now has to pay about $2,000 for each plant, which makes them a little pricier than he expected.
“It’s a little more expensive than I expected,” he admitted.
“And I think the price of the bromels are a bit too high.
And I don’t like to spend money on a garden that I know won’t produce fruit for me.”
It’s not just the price that’s a concern for Sánchiros.
“Some people think bromellias are cheap, but they’re not.
The bromela is the cheapest type of bromale in the world, because it doesn’t take as much care as other types,” he explained.
The soil should be moist and fresh.” “
If you want to grow a bromella, you have to know how to keep the soil moist and keep it in good condition.
The soil should be moist and fresh.”
In addition to bromells, Sánchioros says he also loves the fact that they can be grown outdoors in the winter.
“For me, the broma is the main reason,” he told ABC News.
And the plants are not just for decoration, either. “
This makes the soil very beautiful.”
And the plants are not just for decoration, either.
“These are the fruits, too,” he added.
“They have a very sweet flavor and are delicious.”
For more stories about bromelling, visit our Mexico bromello section.