Tillandsia native to the dry forests of Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil.
It owes its name to the mountains of La Banda, Uruguay.
It is a variety of air plants is considered small.
This epiphytic specimen likes to grow on rocks and trees, mainly in dry places, sometimes in areas up to 2000 metres high.
It has short leaves along a slender stem and are covered with a layer of silvery scales.
It produces very beautiful flowers with wide petals and colours ranging from blue to violet.
Indoor plant that likes bright light but never direct sunlight.
It likes good air circulation and does not like excessive water or direct sunlight.
Support/bark not included.
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