Tillandsia of Nicaragua.
Small plant from Nicaragua
This plant is another ionantha with the peculiarity that its leaves in flowering take one more pink tone instead of as reddish like his species, their care is easy with a warm, moist environment accepting direct sunlight.
The variety of air plant Aeranthos more commonly called Dianthus air, tillandsia Aeranthos is listed as a small plant, this specimen of tillandsia can measure up to 14cm
This species is native to Central America and Mexico. It is also reportedly naturalized in Broward County, Florida.
A plant with a large distribution, which grows in Central America and neighboring countries.
Tillandsia bergeri native of Argentina, where it grows on granite rocks.
From Central America known for its all silvery green leaves...
The Tillandsia or air plant Argentea, when it gets its adult form can grow to about 12 centimeters in diameter approximately.
This tillandsia air plant called multiflora brachycaulos is native to Central America especially in Guatemala and southern México.
This variety from Mexico is a variant of what we know as ionantha IONANHTA
It is a variety of air plant Tillandsia Albertian called native from Argentina, where you can find on the cliffs. The species grows slim and produces short leathery leaves.
Air plant variety called abdida brachychc to be a compact plant from the dry forests of Mexico, Venezuela and Panama
This variety of ionantha differs by having a little long leaves than their counterparts to be growing this very easy keeping a warm and wet perfectly accepting direct light.
This variety from Guatemala stands out for its flexible leaves and purple flower...
Tillandsia native to Florida, Mexico and Northern Latin America.
Tillandsia native of Ecuador.
Plants from Mexico and Costa Rica.
Originally from Colombia.
This plant is one of the most sought after by growers because it offers great colors from deep green olive till a pale pink and deep purple...
Air Plant growing in Panama and southern Mexico.
Tillandsia native of Guatemala.
Native to Mexico and Nicaragua.