Tillandsia Heteromorpha is native to central and northern Peru, where it grows and develops on stones and rocks at latitudes ranging from 600 to 1000 metres above sea level.
This plant develops in an elegant star shape with numerous thin leaves, covered with a large number of trichomes.
It produces a central rosette with bracts in striking pink tones as well as very special flowers, tubular in shape, purple at the base and white at the top.
It requires generous sun exposure and plenty of light, as well as environments with low humidity and good ventilation.
Support/bark not included.