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Somnians Tillandsia

The Tillandsia Somnians is a native species of Peru. It is of considerable size compared to other Tillandsias.
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Xerografica x Harrisi Tillandsia

The Tillandsia Xerografica x Harrasi is a hybrid created from the combination of seeds of the Tillandsia Xerografica and the pollination of the Tillandsia Harrisi.
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Ionantha Van Hyningii Tillandsia

The Tillandsia Ionantha Van Hyningii is a variety native to Mexico that has thick and succulent leaves, with a large presence of trichomes that give it whitish reflections.
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Ionantha Druid Tillandsia

The Tillandsia Ionantha Druid is a variety of Ionantha with a very particular yellow color and produces a white flower.
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Curly Slim Tillandsia

Tillandsia Curly Slim is a hybrid created in 1981 from the combination of the seeds of Tillandsia Intermedia and the pollination of Tillandsia Streptophylla.
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Giant Edithae Tillandsia

The Tillandsia Edithae Giant is a large format copy derived from the Tillandsia Edithae, originally from Peru.It reaches up to 40 cm high, creating a large floral structure of orange bracts and coral flowers, unique in the world of Tillandsia.Very limited units.
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Stricta Hart x Globosa Hybrid Tillandsia

The Stricta Hart x Globosa hybrid Tillandsia is a specimen composed of two species of great resistance and easy maintenance, the Stricta Hart and the Globosa, the latter being a close relative of the Tillandsia Tenuifolia.It has bracts of strong pink tones that combine with the softer pink tones in its flower.
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Holm´s Starlet Tillandsia

Tillandsia Holm's Starlet is a hybrid created in Germany from the combination of the seeds of Tillandsia Tenuifolia Vaginata with the pollination of Tillandsia Caulescens.
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Bob Holm´s Memory Tillandsia

Tillandsia Bob Holm's Memory is a hybrid created in Germany from the mixture of Tillandsia Geminiflora and Tillandsia Sucrei.
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Brachycaulos multiflora Tillandsia

This tillandsia air plant called multiflora brachycaulos is native to Central America especially in Guatemala and southern México.
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Tectorum snow Tillandsia

Tillandsia native of the high mountains of the Andes of Peru.
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Cyanea Pulk Tillandsia

Tillandsia native of Ecuador.
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Setiformis pulk Tillandsia

Native to Mexico, their habitat is between 1000 and 2000 m.
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Leonamiana Tillandsia

This plant is native to brasil...
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Flexuosa Tillandsia

This plant that runs most of America is wide and green leaf...
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Stricta Tillandsia

It is originally from Brazil and VENEZUELA ...
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Streptocarpa Tillandsia

This species is native to Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil.
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Straminea Tillandsia

This plant from Bolivia is a plant that tends to make big balls where its flowering...
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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.