Tillandsia Elizabethae is an epiphytic species, native to Mexico, where it grows in the forests of the State of Sinaloa.
It is a specimen with green leaves, almost silvery and semi-tubular in shape, somewhat curved and rigid at the end.
In its central part, it creates a long floral rosette of striking colours with shades ranging from green, orange and red, changing according to its progress in flowering, ending in the classic tubular purple flowers, so common in Tillandsias.
It requires moderate sun exposure, being advisable to leave it in shady places with good humidity and good ventilation.
Support/bark not included.