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Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant

Tillandsia

$12.00

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  • Pet Safe:Yes

This dramatic spiky rosette-shaped Tilly has various shades of bright green and red on the tips of the leaves. As they begin the bloom cycle, the leaves transition into light pink to red hues giving the signal bloom time is near. For your patience, an iconic purple spike with yellow flowers appears to contrast with the multicolors of this perfect creation. Keep them in moderate to bright, indirect light, and water weekly. Display this cutie on driftwood, ceramic planters, tabletops, and terrariums.

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Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant
Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant
About Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant

Tillandsia genus is in the Bromeliad family of plants. Their famous cousin you eat for refreshment is the pineapple! Interestingly, they get their moisture needs and nutrients from the air!

Care Level:

Some care required.

Pet Friendly: Yes

Safe for pets.

Origins

Central and South America, Mexico, southern United States.

Fun Facts

Air plants are a variety of Epiphytes, indicating they don't need soil to grow. They support themselves with their roots on a tree or other plant but aren't considered a parasite. The plant's nutritional uptake is from the humidity in the air.

Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant

Great For People Who…

  • Great for people with pets
  • Great for people who like to hang their plants
  • Great for people who love to share plants with their friends
  • Great for people who like fun projects
Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant

Great For Spaces That…

  • Great for spaces with high humidity environment or climate
  • Great for spaces with bright indirect light
  • Great for spaces that have need lush decor
  • Great for spaces with tabletops and desks

Tillandsia Care Guide

Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant

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