Tillandsia Purpurea, a Peruvian native, is one of the few air plants that boast fragrant flowers. When in bloom, purpurea sends out tall bloom spikes that become lined with delicate, lavender flowers. Most people relate the fragrance to that of cinnamon. In addition, they are a relatively quick grower that readily produces off-sets of "pups" from the base. In short order, your Purpurea will clump into a beautiful specimen.
- Native to Peru
- Fragrant flowers when in bloom
- Very rare in nursery production
Plant Type Width Height No Bloom About 8 Inches Tall About 8 Inches Tall In Bloom Now
About 6 Inches Tall About 16 Inches Tall