Tillandsia seleriana is a fascinating species from Southern Mexico to Honduras where it grows epiphytically in Conifer and Broadleaf woodlands.
It has a bulbous shape like Rhino’s horn and lovely green, smooth leaves that are covered in fur like trichomes.
This bulbous shape and leaf base cavities make this plant a perfect host for ant species in its native habitat. The plant produces a wonderful, branched flower spike with deep red bracts that contrast well with the purple tubular flowers.
It is slow growing, and likes a very regular misting with good air-movement and medium to high light levels.
This is the forth time i have purchased from Andy. The plant is beautiful and thank you Andy for my lovely free one. All my plants from Andy are very healthy.
I have purchased from Andy before. These plants are beautiful. They always look very healthy and are well packaged.
The plants are very good condition and good value. Fast delivery too.
This is an amazing and unusual Tillandsia! (x large size), I was really taken aback when I first saw and held it, leaves like velvet and it was almost heavy!, a real lump of an air plant and a wonderful standout contrast to the other species I have bought here, really impressed!