Tillandsia native of northern Peru, where it grows on rocks and cactus
Adult specimens of Cacticola air plants are considered to be small plants, reaching 11 cm in height and about 25 cm in diameter. This variety is stemless and has triangular-shaped leaves, the edges of which are rolled inwards, called involutes, to form a rosette.
The flower cluster can be about 25 cm high. The bracts tend to grow in a zigzag pattern and are pinkish-purple or orange in colour. The flowers produced by these air plants have a white or yellow colour and purple edges.
Specimens of these varieties of air plants are named Tillandsia Cacticola , cacti which comes from the verb "Cactus" and the ending "cola" which means in Latin "inhabitant".
This variety of air plant is widespread in dry areas of northern Peru.
The air plant variety is distributed in dry places either hot or cold, it grows on cactus, bushes etc. hence its name cactus inhabitant, it is a variety of air plant that adapts very well to all types of cultivation, garden and can not miss in any collection of air plants.
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