Tillandsias, or commonly referred to as air plants, are extremely easy to care. Their most outstanding feature is that they do not require roots to grow. All the nutrients and moisture are absorbed through the foliage. This characteristic is the reason why they are able to handle very dry and hot conditions. Perfect for both indoor and outdoor settings. Tillandsias are often used in terrariums or rock and branch plantings. Watering can be done on a daily basis with misting and showering or they can be submerged in filtered or bottled water on a weekly basis.
Another very common species of air plant, the Tillandsia Bergeri features long green foliage with offsets that clump faster than any other type of air plant. Air plant measures approximately 2" - 3" in length.
Tillandsias are extremely tolerant of dry and hot conditions. They do not require a root system.
We recommend watering your Tillandsias with bottled or filtered water on a daily basis simply by showering it briefly.
The leaves of the Tillandsia plant will change to a green color to indicate proper hydration. If watering on a weekly basis, submerge the Tillandsia in water for up to an hour, then remove.
Tillandsias enjoy filtered sunlight and love air circulation and breezy locations.