Clump Air Plant

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  • Propagate Tillandsia Aeranthos Bergeri with these large mother plant clumps. Aeranthos Bergeri form pups (new plants) and clump up very quickly when grown with plenty of light and water. Tillandsia Aeranthos is very hardy and does not need a green thumb to keep alive.

    Each mother plant clump comes with about 3-5 heads.

    Size
    Width: 6.0″ – 9.0″
    Height: 6.0″ – 9.0″

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  • This tillandsia is a cluster of Ionantha Peach. Ionantha peach has unique lime green leaves that are very thick for ionanthas, making them more resistant to breaking. This is very nice since you can raise these ionanthas and have them grow into large clusters with all of the leaves in perfect shape. When blooming (usually in winter) Ionantha peach will turn a blush of orange and have purple flowers. Each clump will come with 3-6 plants inside the cluster. You can either grow them as a clump form or break them into individual plants.

    Size
    Width: 2.5″ – 3.0″
    Height: 2.0″ – 3.0″

  • Tillandsia Micans Hybrid is a medium air plant with stiff thick green leaves. Produces a dainty spike with a cute white flower when blooming. Water-loving. Some plants will come with pups.

    Size
    Width: 3.0″ – 5.0″
    Height: 4.0″ – 5.0″

  • This tillandsia is a cluster of Ionantha Peanut/Fuego. Out of all tillandsias, tillandsia peanut/fuego has the brightest red blush in winter. Currently, all of my peanut/fuego clumps are blushing. To keep them red, expose them to bright indirect light. Direct sunlight through a window is okay but keep the plant well-hydrated. With air plant clumps you can either keep them in a clump or break them up into individual air plants. This ionantha has a strong clumping and produces more pups over time.

    Each mother plant clump comes with about 3-5 heads.

    Size
    Width: 2.0″ – 3.0″
    Height: 2.0″ – 3.0″

  • This tillandsia is a cluster of Ionantha Peanut/Fuego. Out of all tillandsias, tillandsia peanut/fuego has the brightest red blush in winter. Currently, all of my peanut/fuego clumps are blushing. To keep them red, expose them to bright indirect light. Direct sunlight through a window is okay but keep the plant well-hydrated. With air plant clumps you can either keep them in a clump or break them up into individual air plants. This ionantha has a strong clumping and produces more pups over time.

    Each mother plant clump comes with approximately 5-10 heads.

    Size (XL)
    Width: 4.0″ – 6.0″
    Height: 2.5″ – 4.5″

  • Tillandsia Pueblensis is an air plant with very thick leaves that are covered with a visible layer of silvery trichomes. These plants have a curved appearance which make them great for driftwood displays. Fairly drought tolerant.

    Size
    Width: 1.5″ – 3.0″
    Height: 2.0″ – 3.0″

  • Tillandsia Xerographica x Brachycaulos clump is an air plant cluster of the hybrid between Tilllandsia Xerographica and Tillandsia Brachycaulos. Each clump comes with 2-3 larger plants and a few baby pups. Each pup will form large plants with beautiful recurving leaves similar to that of a Xerographica when mature. See last pictures for the mature plants.

    Currently blushing pink. Each mother plant clump comes with about 3-5 heads.

    Size
    Width: 2.0″ – 3.0″
    Height: 2.0″ – 3.0″

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