Tillandsia Lotteae is an epiphytic species, native to Bolivia, although it is also found in countries such as Peru, where it grows and develops most commonly in bushes and shrubs at latitudes ranging from 1400 to 2000 metres above sea level.
Some botanists relate it directly to Tillandsia Xiphyoides.
A specimen with semi-rigid, ribbed leaves of silvery tones in the upper half, with darker tones in the lower half.
Its inflorescence is spectacular, creating a central spade/rose of strong yellow and almost fluorescent green, opening to give way to multiple immaculate white flowers of unparalleled beauty.
The use of fertilisers is recommended to stimulate its growth, as it is a very slow growing species.
It requires generous and very bright sun exposure as well as environments with low to moderate relative humidity and excellent ventilation.
SUPPORT/BARK NOT INCLUDED.
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