Pack of 16 tillandsias ionanthas
Pack 16 Ionanothas consisting of:
- 2 Fire
- 2 Rubra
- 2 Rubra Peach
- 2 Mexican
- 2 Rosea
- 2 Rum
- 2 Silver
- 2 Ionantha
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Pack 16 Ionanthas consisting of:
2 Ionantha Fuego: Tillandsia from Nicaragua, forming dense bundles. The silver-coloured base is very beautiful and the intense violet flowers are magnificent. 'Fuego' is the name of the small leaf parts which sometimes turn red/orange.
2 Ionantha Rubra: Small plant from Nicaragua, which forms dense and coloured beams if exposed to intense light. The silver-coloured base is very beautiful and the intense violet flower is magnificent. It differs from the typical variety in its pink flower colour.
2 Ionantha Rubra Peach: This variety of Ionantha is different in that its leaves are a little longer than those of the other varieties and is very easy to grow in a warm and humid environment and accepts direct light.
2 Ionantha Mexico: This ionantha is the most common of all, with its reddish colours and purple tubular flower. It grows very well in groups of the same species and it is not advisable to accumulate water between the leaves after watering as this can lead to rotting of the plant without being aware of it.
2 Ionantha Rosea: This plant is another ionantha with the peculiarity that its leaves in bloom take a more pinkish tone instead of as reddish as those of its species, its care is easy with a humid and warm environment accepting direct sunlight.
2 Ionantha Ron: This variety from MEXICO is a variant of the one we know as IONANTHA IONANHTA with wider leaves and the pinkish tone envelops the plant when in flower, it is a plant that does not need an excessive watering and with a watering once a day is enough in summer and in winter once every two or three days.
2 Ionantha Silver: Coming from Central America, it stands out for its silver-green leaves and the tip finish. When it starts flowering, it needs to be exposed to direct sunlight to reach the pinkish tone of its leaves, and it reproduces by suckers, where its care is easy, but we must bear in mind that if we leave it resting on a damp base we are inducing rot.
2 Ionantha Ionantha: Nicaragua plant, forming dense bundles. The silver-coloured base is very beautiful and the colour of the flowers is deep violet. During flowering, the plant turns red.