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May 22, 2023

Tillandsia Xerographica

Tillandsia xerographica The biggest of the Tillandsia, airplant family.

Xerographica

Tillandsia xerographica

The biggest of the Tillandsia, airplant family. These beauties are structural with big curly silver leaves. Xerographica, pronounced zero-graphic-a, are sold without soil and have no visible roots. These amazing plants grow in humid, dry forests, collecting moisture from the air around them.

At home, keep your Tillandsia in a dish or decorative plate. To water, soak completely under water for 30 minutes two times a week. When done soaking, remove from the water and turn upside down on a towel to dry before returning to its dish.

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