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Tillandsia disticha
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Tillandsia disticha

€5.80
Tillandsia native of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
Tillandsia duratii
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Tillandsia duratii

€15.52
Native to South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay ...)
tillandsia dyeriana
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Tillandsia dyeriana

€8.70
Tillandsia native of Ecuador, like many other bromeliads.
Tillandsia filifolia
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Tillandsia filifolia

€4.06
Tillandsia from the forests of Mexico and Costa Rica
Tillandsia flabellata
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Tillandsia flabellata

€5.80
Tillandsia native of Mexico and El Salvador.
Tillandsia gardneire
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Tillandsia gardneire

€5.51
Tillandsia native of north Latin America (Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela).
Tillandsia geminiflora
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Tillandsia geminiflora

€5.80
Tillandsia native in the forests of central Brazil and northeastern Argentina
Tillandsia ixioides
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Tillandsia ixioides

€5.80
Tillandsia native of Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay.
Tillandsia juncea Tillandsia juncea 2
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Tillandsia juncea

€3.63
Plant from southern USA and the West Indies.
Tillandsia juncifolia
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Tillandsia juncifolia

€3.63
Tillandsia from southern US and the West Indies.
Tillandsia kammii
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Tillandsia kammii

€4.64
Tillandsia native of Honduras.
Tillandsia leiboldiana
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Tillandsia leiboldiana

€8.70
This species is native to Costa Rica and Mexico.
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Tillandsias belong to the family of the Bromeliads. Most are epiphytes, meaning they live on trees, shrubs, cacti, power lines and telephone lines. Tillandsias are no parasitic, that is not living at the expense of their guests, only used as a support to avoid living in the soil. Some are lithophytes, that is, living on rocks. Most commercial species need much light. 95% of its power comes from the humid air, fog, rain, dust, bird droppings, dead insects in decomposition, etc., falling between the leaves, and are stored and absorbed in their tanks with special scales for this. The other 5% of the power obtained by his new roots that adhere to the bark of its host and absorb moss, leaf litter and other elements dissolved in rainwater.

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