50mm Tillandsia Air Plant

I/N: 3801334
These popular plants come in a range of varieties which will vary according to availability. Items shown are indicative of the range and actual item may differ from images. For growing and care requirements about individual plants see product labels for further information. Price shown is for one plant only unless otherwise specified.
$8.73
Price correct as at Thu 17 Aug 2017 3:50:26 AM
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Product Description

Tillandsias (air plants) are some of the world's most amazing plants, having developed the ability to absorb most, if not all, of their food and water via small scales on the leaf surface rather than through roots. These are used primarily to secure themselves to their host. Tillandsias tolerate a wide range of conditions and can be grown well in most parts of Australia. The ideal environment is a sheltered position outdoors under partially shaded conditions, avoiding very hot positions and cold draughts. Bright indoors positions near windows are also fine. Tillandsias will need watering or misting in warm weather and should be allowed to almost dry out between waterings.

  • Unique and funky feature item
  • Very low maintenance
  • Can be mounted onto a decorative base

Product Details

Model Name
50mm Tillandsia Air Plant
Material
Plant
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:75 H:200 L:50
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:75 H:200 L:50
Common Name
Air plant
Botanical Name
Tillandsia
Pot Size (mm)
1
Fully Grown Height (please specify mtr or cm)
20cm
Fully Grown Width (please specify mtr or cm)
10cm
Full Sun Position
No
Shaded Position
No
Sheltered location
Yes
Suitable for Pots
No
Suitable for Hanging Baskets
Yes
Suitable for Garden Beds
No
Planting Tips
Does not like cold or dark conditions
Foliage Colour
Grey-green
Produces Flowers
Yes
Flower Colour
various
Perfumed
No

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