Air Plants

Capitata Peach Tillandsia Air Plant

$5.99

Capitata Tillandsia grows mainly on rocks. In bloom, a part of the plant turns light orange, like a peach. Native Region: Dominican Republic, Cuba and Mexico Cold Hardiness Zones: 10-11; View MapCold Hardy to 30° to 40°F Tillandsia Air Plant...

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Capitata v. Domingensis Tillandsia Air Plant

$14.99

A beautiful form of Capitata. Has an inherent maroon color. A rare form of Capitata.Cold Hardiness Zones: 10-11; View MapCold Hardy to 30° to 40°FTillandsia Air Plant Overview: Air Plants are easy to grow with an unlimited number of uses since...

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Chiapensis Tillandsia Air Plant

$9.95

A beautiful plant, and remarkable inflorescence. It has a soft purple / rose color. Plant propagates quickly, and grows large.Cold Hardiness Zones: 10-11; View MapCold Hardy to 30° to 40°FTillandsia Air Plant Overview: Air Plants are easy to grow...

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Fuchsii v. Gracilis Tillandsia Air Plant

$3.99

As graceful looking as a ballerina this air plant is easy to recognize by its delicate leaves sprouting from a tight ball at the center. The silvery plant looks amazing in suspension! Shipping Size: You'll receive one approx. 3" diameter plant Native...

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Oaxacana Feldhofi Tillandsia Air Plant

$5.99

It produces many curved leaves, forming a rosette, from where a large flower stalk appears from time to time. It develops a big orange colored spike and flowers violet. Native Region: Mexico, at low altitude, on oaks and conifers Cold Hardiness Zones:...

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Pohliana Tillandsia Air Plant

$6.99

Its big inflorescence produce white flowers. Native Region: South America (Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina) on rocks as well as on bushes and dry wood Cold Hardiness Zones: 10-11; View MapCold Hardy to 30° to 40°F Tillandsia Air...

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Fun to Grow Tillandsias!

Exotic, fascinating and alluring are all words to describe air plants. There's something about a plant that you don't actually plant that appeals to people. Tillandsia air plants are like the rebels of the plant kingdom. They aren't afraid to swim against the stream and be a little different.

How to Care for Air Plants

Air Plants, or Tillandsia are members of the bromeliad family.