Tillandsia ixioides is an attractive, small, epiphyte air plant that forms rosettes of erect, very stiff, silver leaves growing in a symmetrical rosette. The leaves are densely covered with white scales on two sides that gather water and nutrients for
Tillandsia gardneri (Air plant) is an ornamental, perennial epiphyte bromeliad that forms a small rosette only 5 – 10 inches high and wide, with numerous leaves. The leaves are triangular to filiform acuminate, without distinction between sheath and blade, silvery
Tillandsia crocata is the most popular scented air plant. It is a short-stemmed, xerophyte epiphytic or saxicolous bromeliad. It has tough, linear, attenuate, involute, stems like, semi-cylindrical, silvery grey-green leaves up to 6 inches long and spreading through a few
Tillandsia duratii is an ornamental, perennial epiphyte bromeliad that can grow up to 24 to 39 inches tall. The leaves are polystichous, long, narrowly triangular, thick, rigid, pungent, and involute, densely covered by grey hairs. In nature, Tillandsia duratii quite
Tillandsia paucifolia (Potbelly air plant) is bulbous, large, single or clusters and normally have five to ten leaves which are many-ranked, recurved to twisted, silvery gray to grayish-scaly in color, and are short with tapered ends. The leaves are covered
Tillandsia circinnata is an attractive flowering air plant. It has stiff, silvery, strongly contorted leaves coiling around a pseudobulb. The whole plant is covered in silvery scurf, with hints of green and pastels when wet. When in bloom, the upper
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