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 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!
I AM VERY PLEASED WITH MY PLANTS , THEY ARE REALLY STRONG PLANTS, THEY ARE REALLY GROWING FAST . IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY AIR PLANT THEN DONT GO ANY FURTHER AS YOU CAN NOT BEAT THE PRICE OR GET A BETTER LOOKING STRONGN PLANT. THANK YOU
Love my new little furry friends 😊
Receieved a very large T.seleriana. beautiful plant! Perfect condition as always