“Ball Moss” – Tiny plants cluster tightly to form a dense ball
of plants that produce fragrant purple-blue flowers on wirelike stalks.
A fantastic little species from Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest.
One of the easiest Tillandsias to grow. Enjoys good air
circulation, medium to bright shaded conditions and
frequent watering with fast drying. May be grown mounted
or as a hanging cluster.
TILLANDSIA – Tillandsias are the most fascinating and certainly the most peculiar of all the Bromeliads. Highly variable, they may be bulbous, tufted, grass-like, or assume several other curious forms. Typically, they are plants of the air, dwelling in its treetop environment where the winds move freely. They require little care if given a suitable environment – bright light to full sunlight, good air circulation and moist atmosphere. Most require seven years or longer to grow to flowering from seed.