Top view on different tillandsia air plants on wooden background

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Top view on different tillandsia air plants on wooden background

By Mary H. Dyer, Master Naturalist and Master Gardener What are xerographica plants? Xerographica plants are epiphytes that live not on the ground, but on limbs, branches and rocks. Unlike parasitic plants that depend on the host for life, epiphytes use the host merely for support as they reach towards the sunlight. They are sustained by rainfall, moisture in the air and decaying plant matter. Read on to learn more about this unique member of the bromeliad family. Xerographica Air Plant Information Hardy plants accustomed to drier air of Central and South America and Mexico, xerographica plants generally do well in most indoor environments. Commonly known as air plant, tillandsia is a genus with over 450 species. Xerographica, a striking, silvery plant with large, curly leaves, is often considered the king of all tillandsia air plants. Growing xerographica houseplants is relatively simple. How to Grow Xerographica Plants Indoors</2> Most tillandsia

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