Tillandsia Juncea: Enhance Your Space with This Slender and Graceful Air Plant
Tillandsia Juncea, also known as the "Grass-Leaf Air Plant," is a species of air plant native to Central and South America. This unique and attractive plant is a member of the Bromeliad family, which also includes pineapple and other epiphytes like Spanish moss.
Tillandsia Juncea is characterized by its long, slender, grass-like leaves that grow in a rosette formation. The leaves are typically green, turning to a reddish hue when exposed to bright light. During its blooming period, the plant produces a tall, branching inflorescence with tubular flowers that are often purple or red.
As an air plant, Tillandsia Juncea does not require soil to grow, instead absorbing nutrients and moisture from the air through its leaves. It is a low-maintenance plant that can be easily incorporated into various decorative arrangements, such as in terrariums, mounted on driftwood, or suspended in hanging displays.
Tillandsia Juncea thrives in bright, indirect light and requires good air circulation. It should be misted or soaked periodically to maintain its hydration, with the frequency depending on the humidity levels in its environment.
◉ Each plant is unique and may therefore differ from the images shown, which are for illustration purposes only; size and shape may vary by season so all measurements shown are approximate ◉ Supplied in original nursery grow pot
Tillandsia Juncea Southeastern United States to Argentina
Light:bright, indirect light, warm and humid location is ideal
Water:Dip once or twice a week in lukewarm water. Or spray 1 or 2 times a week with a plant sprayer.
Feed:Low-nitrogen orchid or houseplant fertilizer that's low in copper(they're very sensitive to copper)