Tillandsia Edithae Air Plants [Single Plant]

Hundreds of Tillandsia Edithae Air Plants on a Shelf at the Farm
Hundreds of Tillandsia Edithae Air Plants on a Shelf at the Farm
Hundreds of Tillandsia Edithae Air Plants on a Shelf at the Farm

Tillandsia Edithae Air Plants [Single Plant]

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  • Tillandsia Edithae is a rare species that originates from the cliffs of Bolivia. It has short leaves densely covered in trichomes, and grows caulescently as it starts to clump. It is one of the few air plants that has a beautiful red flowered inflorescence when in bud. It will produce many pups along the base of the stem.

    Product Highlights:

    • Rare specimen
    • Caulescent, clumping plant
    • Bright red flowers 
  • Width Height
    About 3 Inches About 3 Inches
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Air plants like consistent, bright, indirect light. Avoid full summer sun.

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