*Air plant only, cholla pot sold separately
Tillandsia aeranthos, known by its common name Flower of the Air, is a native to Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. A member of the Bromeliaceae family, Tillandsia aeranthos purple has charismatic dense green foliage with stiff, scaly green leaves. The plant grows between 9 and 12 inches, with the leaves growing upward as a cone, eventually branching out due to its caulescent growth. The Houston purple air plant is winter dormant, blooming any time of the year. It is a slow-growing air plant with pink and purple flowers borne on multiple inflorescences and grows heartily in bright, shaded, or indirect sunlight.
The purple tillandsia is a slow-growing air plant.
Tillandsia aeranthos can bloom throughout the year. This air plant with purple flowers has an inflorescence sprouting with multiple purple petaled flowers.
Watering and Feeding
The best Tillandsia aeranthos care is to mist the plant at least twice and a maximum of four times weekly. In drier climates, the misting can be a daily routine. The leaves should be wet thoroughly, and you should preferably use tap water or rainwater. You can alternately submerge the purple air plant in water for about twenty minutes but ensure that it dries up fast and well. Or the plant will rot to death! Besides, a low-copper liquid fertilizer is good once a month.
No soil requirement is needed for Tillandsia aeranthos mini purple plant.
It needs protection from frost growing well in hardiness zones 9 to 11.
Give your purple air plant enough bright sun but shaded and indirect.
Pups are the easiest way to propagate the Flower of the Air plant.The Tillandsia purple flowers lend a gorgeous look to the plant that radiates to cover the entire space where it is placed. Your plant bears numerous offsets that are perfect for gifting or propagation.