For collectors

The species offered below are mostly not expensive, or rare, they are just not regularly offered for sale.

  • Tillandsia baileyi "Halley's Comet" (Medium)

    Tillandsia baileyii has upwardly curved, contorted leaves, and clumps far more readily than Tillandsia pseudobaileyi. It is very easy to grow and propagate, becoming huge multi-plant clusters with wiry silvery-green leaves in a few seasons.

    R35.00

  • Tillandsia bartramii (Medium)

    Tillandsia Bartramii (Bartram’s air plant) was formerly known as Tillandsia Myriophylla, Setacea and Pinifolia. It is a hardy air plant that enjoys good air movement....

    R30.00

    R30.00

  • Tillandsia crocata (Medium)

    Tillandsia crocata is probably the most well-known scented airplant. It produces small, bright buttercup yellow flowers over a long period, that exude a powerful, sweet scent; possibly the strongest perfume of any Tillandsia. It grows on rocks in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay at elevations of 90 – 2700 meters. It tends to grow flat, almost two-dimensional, and forms an attractive clump over time. T. crocata prefers outdoor, airy, and bright conditions. It is fairly tough, easy to cultivate, and will grow in a range of different conditions. It requires bright light, and needs to be lightly watered regularly, but needs to dry out between waterings. It can grow to a height of 15 cm, and a (flat) width of 15 cm.

    R40.00

    R40.00

  • Tillandsia heteromorpha (Medium)

    Tillandsia heteromorpha is a lithophyte which naturally grows on rock surfaces in Peru and Mexico, at elevations of 600-1000m....

    R30.00

    R30.00

  • Tillandsia schiedeana (Medium)

    Tillandsia schiedeana is found naturally in semi-arid areas in Mexico, Central America, Venezuala, West Indies, and Colombia, where it grows naturally on cacti....

    R30.00

    R30.00

  • Tillandsia Streptophylla (Small)

    Tillandsia streptophylla is known as "Shirley Temple" for its curly mane of leaves. The name "streptophylla" means "with twisted leaves": as the leaves get more dehydrated, they curl up into tighter and tighter ringlets....

    R130.00

    R130.00

  • Tillandsia xerographica (Small)

    The "Queen of airplants" is the perfect tillandsia for ornaments, cups or bowls of any kind, or to simply sit on its own on a coffee table or a desk. With its strong silvery leaves, T. xerographica is a show stopper, and a must for every proper tillandsia collection!

    R250.00

    R250.00

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