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Tillandsia tricolor Tillandsia tricolor 2
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Tillandsia tricolor

Till-Tricolor
€4.82
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The Tricolor is a variety of tillandsia air plant has no stem can reach 30 cm in diameter and height
Tillandsia Aeranthos
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Tillandsia Aeranthos

Till-Aeranthos
€5.45
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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
Tillandsia andreana Tillandsia andreana 2
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Tillandsia andreana

Till-Andreana
€6.96
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Tillandsia andreana is a hemispherical air plant species
Tillandsia argentea Tillandsia argentea 2
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Tillandsia argentea

Till-Argentea
€2.00
The Tillandsia or air plant Argentea, when it gets its adult form can grow to about 12 centimeters in diameter approximately.
Tillandsia baileyi Tillandsia baileyi 2
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Tillandsia baileyi

Till-Baileyi
€3.63
Tillandsia baileyi is a variety of plant air from Texas and northern Mexico.
Tillandsia balbisiana Tillandsia balbisiana 2
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Tillandsia balbisiana

Till-Balbisiana
€4.18
This variety of air plant or Tillandsia balbisiana plant spreads ranging from Florida, the Caribbean and Mexico to Colombia and Venezuela. It grows at altitudes from sea level to 1,500 meters and is usually found in the branches of trees.
Tillandsia bergeri Tillandsia bergeri 2
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Tillandsia bergeri

Till-Bergeri
€5.27
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Tillandsia bergeri native of Argentina, where it grows on granite rocks.
Tillandsia brachychc abdida Tillandsia brachychc abdida 2
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Tillandsia brachychc abdida

Till-Brachychc-Abdida
€3.63
Air plant variety called abdida brachychc to be a compact plant from the dry forests of Mexico, Venezuela and Panama
Tillandsias or air plants

Tillandsia bulbosa

Till-Bulbosa
€4.51
A plant with a large distribution, which grows in Central America and neighboring countries.
Tillandsia butzii Tillandsia butzii 2
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Tillandsia butzii

Til-butzii
€3.59
Air Plant growing in Panama and southern Mexico.
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Tillandsia cacticola

Till-Cacticola
€10.55
Tillandsia native of northern Peru, where it grows on rocks and cactus
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Tillandsia capitata peach

Till-Capitata-Peach
€7.25
Tillandsia native of Dominican Republic, Cuba and Mexico
Tillandsia circinata Tillandsia circinata 2
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Tillandsia circinata

Till-Circinata
€4.00
Tillandsia native of Guatemala.
Tillandsia cyanea Tillandsia cyanea 2
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Tillandsia cyanea

Till-Cyanea
€5.27
1 Reviews
Tillandsia native of Ecuador.
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Tillandsia duratii

Till-Duratii
€14.09
Native to South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay ...)
Tillandsia fasciculata Tillandsia fasciculata 2
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Tillandsia fasciculata

Till-Fasciculata
€2.64
Tillandsia native of Mexico and Brazil
Tillandsia filifolia Tillandsia filifolia 2
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Tillandsia filifolia

Till-Filifolia
€3.05
Tillandsia from the forests of Mexico and Costa Rica
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Tillandsia flabellata

Till-Flabellata
€5.27
Tillandsia native of Mexico and El Salvador.
Tillandsia gardneire Tillandsia gardneire 2
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Tillandsia gardneire

Till-Gardneri
€5.00
Tillandsia native of north Latin America (Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela).
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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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