The A/C vent was killing the bromeliad

My husband has a love for plants that the people I was with an addition to myself don’t really understand. He has loved many indoor as well as outdoor plants as well as the two of us have been together for multiple years. There are typically some issues with these plants that can come up when adjusting to new areas inside of the house. For instance, the people I was with an addition to myself recently moved to a brand new place. In the living area, we put many of our bromeliads. After a week or two, the people I was with an addition to myself begin to notice that the plant was looking wilted. It was getting plenty of Sun, so the people I was with an addition to myself felt pressed to understand exactly what was happening. We decided to call around to a few different stores to find out if there was something we could do to fix the problem. One Greenhouse suggested that the problem could be our indoor air. They immediately wanted to find out if the people I was with an addition to myself had the plants in an area that was close to the heating, ventilation, and addition to AC equipment. Both of us immediately realized that the problem with our plants was actually the air conditioner. It was getting rid of the much-needed moisture that the plant had to use in order to grow. When we moved the plant to another area, it was clear the AC vent was actually the whole problem.

Cooling technician