Tillandsia species

£25.00

This beautiful Tillandsia or commonly known as an Air Plant is a genus of bromeliads. When in flower it has delicate spikes coming directly from the centre , and also displays bright green leaves.  They can be found in Central and South America, Mexico and the southern United States. Tillandsias do not stand with their roots in the soil to absorb food but use their roots to attach themselves to a tree, branch or stone. Because the Tillandsia extracts nutrients from the air, they need little water.

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Plant care

Pot size: 12cm - Height (including pot): 35cm approx.

It prefers bright indirect sunlight.

Give the potted Tillandsia a little water every week and check that the soil is not too wet. If possible, use rainwater especially in hard water areas.

This plant is happiest over 15°c.

These plants do need a humid environment to thrive.

Non-toxic to cats and dogs.

Description

This beautiful Tillandsia or commonly known as an Air Plant is a genus of bromeliads. When in flower it has delicate spikes coming directly from the centre , and also displays bright green leaves.  They can be found in Central and South America, Mexico and the southern United States. Tillandsias do not stand with their roots in the soil to absorb food but use their roots to attach themselves to a tree, branch or stone. Because the Tillandsia extracts nutrients from the air, they need little water.

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