Air plant - xerographica

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Air plant - xerographica

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These tillandsias (aka, air plants) are delightful! There are thousands of tillandsia types. Many consider the xerographica to be the king of this family. 

Air plants require no soil, so get creative and have fun with these treasures of the plant world. (See easy care info below.)

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Care Instructions

Talk about a hard plant to kill. Tillandsias don’t even require soil. They drink and eat through their “leaves.”

  • Once wet, more water doesn’t do a thing. Wet ‘em and leave ‘em. 
  • But be sure to shake off excess water. Do not let water pool in the tillandsia (this will cause rot)
  • To water, simply mist with water bottle about once every week or two.
  • These xerographicas are large enough that you can submerge in water for an hour if it's easier, once every two weeks
  • If you missed a cycle, don’t worry, and don’t try to make up for it.
  • Watering too often can make the center area rot, so don’t overfuss.
  • If the tips of leaves are “pinching up” and you haven’t watered recently, it’s time to water.

Size Info

This is just a very rough estimate. In addition to diameter, the large tillandsia is "fuller" and "taller" than the medium. (Ditto for the extra large.)

  • Medium: 6-7" diameter
  • Large: 7-9" diameter
  • Extra large: 9-11" diameter