Sometimes called "King of the Air Plants," the Tillandsia xerographica stands alone, with a star shaped form, bright minty green color, and curling leaves. Perfect as an accent piece on a shelf, in a glass vessel as a table centerpiece, or in a large terrarium, the Tillandsia xerographica is a stunner. Naturally growing on the crooks of trees in jungle climates, air plants provide an easy way to bring a bit of the tropics into your home, and can even flower when they reach maturity.
• Light: Medium to bright indirect light
• Water: Submerge in room temperature water once a week for 5-10 minutes. Turn plant upside-down after soaking to allow excess water to run off. Mist periodically
• Considerations: Ensure Tillandsia dry completely within 3 hours after soaking - good air circulation is vital. To encourage blooming, use an epiphytic fertilizer. Reduce watering in winter
WHAT TO EXPECT
You'll get a healthy Tillandsia xerographica that meets our rigorous quality standards in your choice of small (3-5") or large (5-7"). No two plants are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality; expect this natural variation from the photos.
Our Tillandsia xerographica includes detailed care instructions.
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OMG! This air plant arrived before I was expecting it and it came bigger and more beautiful than I ever imagined and what I saw onsight! It was wrapped to perfection for its long journey to my house! I have always had great deliveries of all my plants that I’ve ordered from any of Etsy’s businesses I’ve received plants and reccommended things from the very informative grower! They are all very helpful!
This is just the perfect addition to my hanging shelf. It is so wickedly lovely! And arrived in perfect condition! I love love love. Ordering another one for my sister! Healthy, interesting, and simply stunning curling over the shelf.
The air plant came in excellent condition and makes a great addition to my home. Thanks, Pistils!