This rare hybrid is crossed between Tillandsia Fasciculata (which produces multiple pink blush bracts/blooms) and a Tillandsia Polystachia. Tillandsia Fasciculata are known for their large size and exotic blooms. Tillandsia Polystachia has a curlier leaf. This plant is hardy with firm leaves and can grow into a large nice shape. All of our plants ship green/not in bloom however, when available, we will ship blushing or blooming. Please note: Because these are hybrids variations occur. Some may be curlier or wavier than others. They do tend to hold more curl as they grow larger.
These are hard to find Tillandsia grown in small batches.
Tillandsia are low maintenance, making them a great choice for people who are new to indoor plants and for collectors alike.
They need regular, daily, indirect or filtered sunlight (so fine for desks, shelves, bathrooms or bedrooms). A weekly soak or mist is all they require - although you can always give them a little drink in between if they look thirsty or dry.
Air plants prefer regular air circulation, so if you choose to use them in a terrarium we suggest open terrariums rather than the kind with lids.
We stock an air plant fertilizer which is ideal for this plant - check out our supplies section of our shop to see more. We also have a wide range of fillers which you can use as a base in any plant pot you might use. Orchid bark is a great choice for this!
Details & Care:
-Tillandsia Fasciculata x Polystachia Hybrid
-Pictured planter not included, see our shop for a wide variety of planters!
-Requires a regular source of natural, indirect or filtered light
-Mist or dunk once a week, mist with water spray as necessary, shake upside down after watering
-Low maintenance plants, suitable for beginners
COLD/HOt WEATHER SHIPPING: Check the weather in your area during shipping times. A heat pack is highly recommended if temperatures fall below 40 degrees. You can purchase a heat pack under the "Supplies" section of our shop. Be sure to track your package and bring it inside as soon as possible after delivery. Plants should not sit in the box in the heat or the cold longer than is necessary.