*air plant only, pot sold separately
Tillandsia bulbosa is an adorable air plant that belongs to the Bromeliaceae family. Featuring long and tentacle-like leaves, this variety of air plants goes dormant in the winter months. It grows from 4 to 7 inches in height and amplifies the aesthetics of any corner with its unique appearance! Having its origin in South America, T. Bulbosa has a common name “Bulbous Air Plant”.
Tillandsia bulbosa varieties of air plants have a slow growth rate. Great for making a statement, they are easy to maintain as well.
Tillandsia bulbosa blooms in violet color once per lifetime.
Tillandsia bulbosa watering is quite a manageable task. Spraying water just two to three times a week is enough for its good health! Make sure to let the plant dry out between waterings for avoiding the problem of root rot.
Just like other air plants, the bulbosa plant does not need soil for thriving. In fact, the soil is harmful to it and can lead to rot.
Tillandsia bulbosa air plant belongs to the hardiness zone of 9 to 11. Besides, it cannot tolerate temperatures less than 55° F (12.7° C).
Although a flexible plant, the Bulbosa air plant performs well in indirect and partial shade. It is best to avoid keeping it in a sunny spot.
You can propagate this variety either through seeds or offsets known as pups.
Tillandsia bulbosa care is not complex at all, making this plant perfect for any beginner gardener. Bulbosa air plant flower looks classy and adds vibrant color to a variety of settings.
|Hardiness Zone||4–7 inches|
|Height||Once per lifetime|
|Pot Size||partial shade|
|Scientific Name||Tillandsia Bulbosa|
|Sun Exposure||Bulbous Air Plant|