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Types of air Plants

Pink Quill
Pink Quill

Pink Quill Plant Care Tips: The Tillandsia with The Big Bloom This is all about Pink Quill Plant Care. Tillandsia cyanea, a Bromeliad which also grows an air plant, makes an easy & tough houseplant. The Pink Quill Plant, or Tillandsia cyanea, is one sweet little plant.

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Small Ballmoss
Small Ballmoss

Air Plants are epiphytes (also ... depending on the host only for support. The air plats belong to Tillandsia genus of around ... Ball Moss, Small Ball-Moss, Ballmoss ...

Spanish Moss
Spanish Moss

Watering Spanish Moss is done like other species of air plants, through water baths or misting. In northern climates Spanish Moss can be moved outdoors during the warm season. However, if placed too early in the Spring, birds may steal it away as an exotic, cozy nesting material. The uses for Spanish Moss are varied.

Tillandsia Aeranthos
Tillandsia Aeranthos

The Tillandsia aeranthos air plant has a striking set of leaves that grow upward in an almost cone like fashion. The coloring of this plant is a very healthy, clean green hue with leaves that are stiff and sharp to the touch. This variety will bloom in wonderful fashion, showcasing flowers that are both purple and pink.

Tillandsia Albertiana
Tillandsia Albertiana

Tillandsia Albertiana is a strong species of air plant within the family of epiphytes, which also is easy to take care of. This specific Tillandsia is named after the Argentinian botanist Alberto Castellanos.

Tillandsia Albida
Tillandsia Albida

This caulescent air plant can form a sizable clump in only a few years. Tillandsia Albida preferes a bright, warm position. An easy to grow Air Plant.

Tillandsia Bartramii
Tillandsia Bartramii

Tillandsia juncea auct. non ... Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification ... Tillandsia bartramii Elliott – Bartram's airplant ...

Tillandsia Bergeri
Tillandsia Bergeri

Grows showy lavender or blue blooms. Tillandsia (Air Plants) - Care Information. Tillandsias are low maintenance plants that only require water. Most varieties do fine with weekly misting/showering, but larger plants need to be dunked in water for 15-20 minutes per week.

Tillandsia Brachycaulos
Tillandsia Brachycaulos

The brachycaulos abdita air plant is a very special hybrid version of the beloved brachycaulous. This plant starts life with velvet like soft leaves that are dense green in color, and grow upwards and outwards as it matures. When the plant begins to transition into bloom, its color changes to beautiful hues of pink and red as it starts to emit purple, pink, and yellow blooms.

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Tillandsia Capitata
Tillandsia Capitata

Part of our premium air plant collection, the Tillandsia capitata is a beautiful, large growing air plant. This air plant will grow in size to over 10 inches wide and about 7-10 inches or so high. This stunning air plant will grow to be larger and will blush a peach color with beautiful blooms as it matures.

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Tillandsia Gardneri
Tillandsia Gardneri

The Tillandsia gardneri is characterized by wide, fuzzy, silver-green leaves. These striking air plants get their fuzzy appearance from their abundance of Trichomes, which also allows these air plants to be more drought-tolerant and prefer brighter sunlight.

Tillandsia Juncea
Tillandsia Juncea

Juncea is usually a darker grassy green with a brown base, but some plants can have a bit of a brick red tint to them. COLOR: Sage green leaves with a darker sage or brown base. WATER: Soak once per week or mist regularly to prevent tipping.

Tillandsia Kolbii
Tillandsia Kolbii

Description Size IONANTHA SCAPOSA: The leaves of this ionantha are generally more compact. Nice mint green color. Also known as Kolbii. FORM: Ionanthas are one of the classic air plants that everyone must have in their collection. They are small, hardy, round, and have many uses.

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Tillandsia Magnusiana
Tillandsia Magnusiana

Delicate and soft species that has some similarities to the very popular Tectorum Ecuador variety with thick trichomes. Buy retail or wholesale air plants on...

Tillandsia Mallemontii
Tillandsia Mallemontii

Air Plants in Glass Globes. Air plants in glass globes have become so popular that I get calls all the time about caring for them. Follow these simple instruction to enjoy your glass surrounded plant for many years. If you are looking for glass globes, find many unique designs in our shop. The larger the globe the more care you can give your plant.

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Tillandsia Pseudobaileyi
Tillandsia Pseudobaileyi

Pseudobaileyi may be grown in artificial environments, provided they are misted regularly, provided 12 hours of filtered or artificial sunlight, and moving air. Like all tillandsia, they do not require soil and only require occasional fertilization. Like all tillandsia, these plants will die after blooming.

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Tillandsia Stricta
Tillandsia Stricta

Learn about the Tillandsia Stricta, its origin, and how to care for this beautiful air plant. Shop air plants and terrariums from Air Plant Design Studio.