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Tillandsia argentea (Bunchies)
Tillandsia argentea (Bunchies) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia argentea

Juniper hill name: Bunchies

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 55 plants/box

Medium box: 210 plants/box

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Tillandsia baileyii (Bird's Nest)
Tillandsia baileyii (Bird

Scientific name: Tillandsia baileyii

Juniper hill name: Bird’s Nest

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 15 plants/box

Large box: 25 plants/box

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Tillandsia balbisiana (Dancing Lady)
Tillandsia balbisiana (Dancing Lady) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia balbisiana

Juniper hill name: Dancing Lady

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 20 plants/box

Large box: 30 plants/box

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Tillandsia bulbosa (Dancing Bulbs)
Tillandsia bulbosa (Dancing Bulbs) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia bulbosa

Juniper hill name: Dancing Bulbs

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 135 plants/box

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Tillandsia butzii (Squids)
Tillandsia butzii (Squids) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia butzii

Juniper hill name: Squids

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita (Pineapples)
Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita (Pineapples) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita

Juniper hill name: Pineapples

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 90 plants/box

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Tillandsia caput medusae (Medusa)
Tillandsia caput medusae (Medusa) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia caput medusae

Juniper hill name: Medusa

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 90 plants/box

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Tillandsia oaxacana (Crazy heads)
Tillandsia oaxacana (Crazy heads) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia oaxacana

Juniper hill name: Crazy heads

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica (Wild Palm)
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica (Wild Palm) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculate var. densispica

Juniper Hill name: Wild Palm

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 5 plants/box

Large box: 10 plants/box

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Tillandsia filifolia (Black bottoms)
Tillandsia filifolia (Black bottoms) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia filifolia

Juniper hill name: Black bottoms

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 40 plants/box

Medium box: 150 plants/box

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Tillandsia flabellata rubra (Red Fan)
Tillandsia flabellata rubra (Red Fan) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia flabellata rubra

Juniper Hill name: Red Fan

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 50plants/box

Large box: 80 plants/box

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Tillandsia harrisii (Silverstar)
Tillandsia harrisii (Silverstar) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia harrissii

Juniper hill name: Silverstar

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Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Tillandsia ionantha (Babies)
Tillandsia ionantha (Babies) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha

Juniper hill name: Babies

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 40 plants/box

Medium box: 150 plants/box

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Tillandsia ionantha scaposa (Sideburns)
Tillandsia ionantha scaposa (Sideburns) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha scaposa

Juniper hill name: Sideburns

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia ionantha rubra (Baby Red Hair)
Tillandsia ionantha rubra (Baby Red Hair) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha rubra

Juniper Hill name: Baby Red Hair

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia juncea (Shooting Star)
Tillandsia juncea (Shooting Star) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia juncea

Juniper Hill name: Shooting Star

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 20plants/box

Large box: 30 plants/box

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Tillandsia juncifolia (Comet)
Tillandsia juncifolia (Comet) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia juncifolia

Juniper Hill name: Comet

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 40plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia magnusiana (Squash)
Tillandsia magnusiana (Squash) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia magnusiana

Juniper hill name: Squash

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor (Cannonball)
Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor (Cannonball) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor

Juniper Hill name: Cannonball

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 30plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia oaxacana- Large (Super Crazy)
Tillandsia oaxacana- Large (Super Crazy) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia oaxacana

Juniper Hill name: Super Crazy

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 30plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia punctulata (Spikes)
Tillandsia punctulata (Spikes) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia punctulata

Juniper hill name: Spikes

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Small box: 20 plants/box

Medium box: 90 plants/box

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Tillandsia xerographica
Tillandsia xerographica Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia xerographica

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Medium box: 4 plants/box

Large box: 6 plants/box

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Tillandsia seleriana (Shark Tooth)
Tillandsia seleriana (Shark Tooth) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia seleriana

Juniper Hill: Shark Tooth

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Medium box: 6 plants/box

Large box: 10 plants/box

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Tillandsia streptophylla (Curly Q)
Tillandsia streptophylla (Curly Q) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia streptophylla

Juniper Hill name: Curly Q

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Medium box: 8 plants/box

Large box: 12 plants/box

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Tillandsia capitata var guzmanoides (Hydra)
Tillandsia capitata var guzmanoides (Hydra) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia capitata var. guzmanoides

Juniper Hill name: Hydra

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica - Giant (Peacock's Tail)
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica - Giant (Peacock

Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculata var. densispica

Juniper Hill name: Peacock’s Tail

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Tillandsia fasciculata var rotundata (Hunter's Green)
Tillandsia fasciculata var rotundata (Hunter

Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculata var.rotundata

Juniper Hill name: Hunter’s Green

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Tillandsia guatemalensis (Hula)
Tillandsia guatemalensis (Hula) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia guatemalensis

Juniper Hill name: Hula

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Tillandsia palacea (Skelo)
Tillandsia palacea (Skelo) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia palacea

Juniper Hill name: Skelo

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia somnians (Amethyst Pink)
Tillandsia somnians (Amethyst Pink) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia somnians

Juniper Hill name: Amethyst Pink

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Tillandsia tectorum (Snowcap)
Tillandsia tectorum (Snowcap) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia tectorum

Juniper Hill name: Snowcap

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia trigalensis (Queen's Crown)
Tillandsia trigalensis (Queen

Scientific name: Tillandsia trigalensis

Juniper Hill name: Queen’s Crown

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Tillandsia vicentina (Cyclone)
Tillandsia vicentina (Cyclone) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia vicentina

Juniper Hill name: Cyclone

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

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Tillandsia pruinosa (Mohawk)
Tillandsia pruinosa (Mohawk) Image

Scientific name: Tillandsia pruinosa

Juniper hill name: Mohawk

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information:Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 40 plants/box

Large box: 75 plants/box

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Assortment of 25 small box items.

Medium box assortment
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45 small box assorted items + 15 medium box items +1 exclusive item.

Large box assortment
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60 small box assorted items + 20 medium box items + 5 large items.

Tillandsia capitata Peach (Peach)
Tillandsia capitata Peach (Peach) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia capitata

Juniper hill name: Peach

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 55 plants/box

Medium box: 210 plants/box

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Tillandsia circinatta (Fishies)
Tillandsia circinatta (Fishies) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia circinatta

Juniper hill name: Fishies

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 40 plants/box

Medium box: 150 plants/box

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Tillandsia circinatta (Waves)
Tillandsia circinatta (Waves) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia circinatta

Juniper hill name: Waves

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 40 plants/box

Large box: 50 plants/box

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Tillandsia fasciculata var tricolor (Island Palm)
Tillandsia fasciculata var tricolor (Island Palm) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia fasciculata var. tricolor Giant

Juniper hill name: Island Palm

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

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Medium box: 1 plant/box

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Tillandsia ionantha Fuego (Fuego)
Tillandsia ionantha Fuego (Fuego) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia ionantha Fuego 

Juniper hill name: Fuego

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Medium box: 40 plants/box

Large box: 75 plants/box

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Tillandsia plagiotropica (Starfish)
Tillandsia plagiotropica (Starfish) Image

Scientific nameTillandsia plagiotropica

Juniper hill name: Starfish

Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C

Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid summer depending on the plant.

Plant habit: epiphyte

Exposure: bright, indirect sun light or under fluorescent home/office lightning.

They need enough light and air circulation to dry in no longer than 4 hours after watering.

Watering at least 2 or 3 times in a week, mist them with water or immerse in water once a week depending on light conditions.

Information: Tillandsia are epiphytes and need no soil because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves.The roots are mainly used as anchors. Propagation is by seeds or by offsets called “pups”. A single plant could yield up to a dozen pups. Offsets can be separated when about 2/3 the size of their mother to encourage a new colony.

Although not normally cultivated for their flowers, some Tillandsia will bloom on a regular basis. However, while some may exhibit a spectacular inflorescence, most flowers are generally small. Some species flowers may change color through the blooming cycle. Some species or varieties produce fragrant flowers. In addition, it is quite common for some species to take on a different leaf color (usually changing from green to red), called “blushing”, when about to flower. (Source Wikipedia).

All Air plants are cultivated not harvested from wild environments.

Small box: 30 plants/box

Medium box: 120 plants/box

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Tillandsia argentea (Bunchies) Image
Tillandsia argentea (Bunchies)
Scientific name: Tillandsia argentea Juniper hill name: Bunchies Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ... Read More
Tillandsia baileyii (Bird
Tillandsia baileyii (Bird's Nest)
Scientific name: Tillandsia baileyii Juniper hill name: Bird’s Nest ... Read More
Tillandsia balbisiana (Dancing Lady) Image
Tillandsia balbisiana (Dancing Lady)
Scientific name: Tillandsia balbisiana Juniper hill name: Dancing Lady ... Read More
Tillandsia bulbosa (Dancing Bulbs) Image
Tillandsia bulbosa (Dancing Bulbs)
Scientific name: Tillandsia bulbosa Juniper hill name: Dancing Bulbs Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: ... Read More
Tillandsia butzii (Squids) Image
Tillandsia butzii (Squids)
Scientific name: Tillandsia butzii Juniper hill name: Squids Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You can ... Read More
Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita (Pineapples) Image
Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita (Pineapples)
Scientific name: Tillandsia brachycaulos abdita Juniper hill name: Pineapples Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia caput medusae (Medusa) Image
Tillandsia caput medusae (Medusa)
Scientific name: Tillandsia caput medusae Juniper hill name: Medusa Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: Y... Read More
Tillandsia oaxacana (Crazy heads) Image
Tillandsia oaxacana (Crazy heads)
Scientific name: Tillandsia oaxacana Juniper hill name: Crazy heads Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: ... Read More
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica (Wild Palm) Image
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica (Wild Palm)
Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculate var. densispica Juniper Hill name: Wild Palm Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming s... Read More
Tillandsia filifolia (Black bottoms) Image
Tillandsia filifolia (Black bottoms)
Scientific name: Tillandsia filifolia Juniper hill name: Black bottoms Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia flabellata rubra (Red Fan) Image
Tillandsia flabellata rubra (Red Fan)
Scientific name: Tillandsia flabellata rubra Juniper Hill name: Red Fan Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia harrisii (Silverstar) Image
Tillandsia harrisii (Silverstar)
Scientific name: Tillandsia harrissii Juniper hill name: Silverstar (medium box item) Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Bl... Read More
Tillandsia ionantha (Babies) Image
Tillandsia ionantha (Babies)
Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha Juniper hill name: Babies Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ca... Read More
Tillandsia ionantha scaposa (Sideburns) Image
Tillandsia ionantha scaposa (Sideburns)
Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha scaposa Juniper hill name: Sideburns Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia ionantha rubra (Baby Red Hair) Image
Tillandsia ionantha rubra (Baby Red Hair)
Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha rubra Juniper Hill name: Baby Red Hair Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia juncea (Shooting Star) Image
Tillandsia juncea (Shooting Star)
Scientific name: Tillandsia juncea Juniper Hill name: Shooting Star Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: Y... Read More
Tillandsia juncifolia (Comet) Image
Tillandsia juncifolia (Comet)
Scientific name: Tillandsia juncifolia Juniper Hill name: Comet Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You c... Read More
Tillandsia magnusiana (Squash) Image
Tillandsia magnusiana (Squash)
Scientific name: Tillandsia magnusiana Juniper hill name: Squash Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ... Read More
Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor (Cannonball) Image
Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor (Cannonball)
Scientific name: Tillandsia melanocrater tricolor Juniper Hill name: Cannonball Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming seaso... Read More
Tillandsia oaxacana- Large (Super Crazy) Image
Tillandsia oaxacana- Large (Super Crazy)
Scientific name: Tillandsia oaxacana Juniper Hill name: Super Crazy Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: Y... Read More
Tillandsia punctulata (Spikes) Image
Tillandsia punctulata (Spikes)
Scientific name: Tillandsia punctulata Juniper hill name: Spikes Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ... Read More
Tillandsia xerographica Image
Tillandsia xerographica
Scientific name: Tillandsia xerographica Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You can expect blooms from mid winter through mid su... Read More
Tillandsia seleriana (Shark Tooth) Image
Tillandsia seleriana (Shark Tooth)
Scientific name: Tillandsia seleriana Juniper Hill: Shark Tooth Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ... Read More
Tillandsia streptophylla (Curly Q) Image
Tillandsia streptophylla (Curly Q)
Scientific name: Tillandsia streptophylla Juniper Hill name: Curly Q Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season:... Read More
Tillandsia capitata var guzmanoides (Hydra) Image
Tillandsia capitata var guzmanoides (Hydra)
Scientific name: Tillandsia capitata var. guzmanoides Juniper Hill name: Hydra Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica - Giant (Peacock
Tillandsia fasciculata var densispica - Giant (Peacock's Tail)
Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculata var. densispica Juniper Hill name: Peacock’s Tail Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blo... Read More
Tillandsia fasciculata var rotundata (Hunter
Tillandsia fasciculata var rotundata (Hunter's Green)
Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculata var.rotundata Juniper Hill name: Hunter’s Green Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Bloom... Read More
Tillandsia guatemalensis (Hula) Image
Tillandsia guatemalensis (Hula)
Scientific name: Tillandsia guatemalensis Juniper Hill name: Hula Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: Yo... Read More
Tillandsia palacea (Skelo) Image
Tillandsia palacea (Skelo)
Scientific name: Tillandsia palacea Juniper Hill name: Skelo Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You can ... Read More
Tillandsia somnians (Amethyst Pink) Image
Tillandsia somnians (Amethyst Pink)
Scientific name: Tillandsia somnians Juniper Hill name: Amethyst Pink Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season:... Read More
Tillandsia tectorum (Snowcap) Image
Tillandsia tectorum (Snowcap)
Scientific name: Tillandsia tectorum Juniper Hill name: Snowcap Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You c... Read More
Tillandsia trigalensis (Queen
Tillandsia trigalensis (Queen's Crown)
Scientific name: Tillandsia trigalensis Juniper Hill name: Queen’s Crown Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia vicentina (Cyclone) Image
Tillandsia vicentina (Cyclone)
Scientific name: Tillandsia vicentina Juniper Hill name: Cyclone Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ... Read More
Tillandsia pruinosa (Mohawk) Image
Tillandsia pruinosa (Mohawk)
Scientific name: Tillandsia pruinosa Juniper hill name: Mohawk ... Read More
Small box assortment Image
Small box assortment
Assortment of 25 small box items.
Medium box assortment Image
Medium box assortment
45 small box assorted items + 15 medium box items +1 exclusive item.
Large box assortment Image
Large box assortment
60 small box assorted items + 20 medium box items + 5 large items.
Tillandsia capitata Peach (Peach) Image
Tillandsia capitata Peach (Peach)
Scientific name: Tillandsia capitata Juniper hill name: Peach Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ca... Read More
Tillandsia circinatta (Fishies) Image
Tillandsia circinatta (Fishies)
Scientific name: Tillandsia circinatta Juniper hill name: Fishies Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: Y... Read More
Tillandsia circinatta (Waves) Image
Tillandsia circinatta (Waves)
Scientific name: Tillandsia circinatta Juniper hill name: Waves Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season: You ... Read More
Tillandsia fasciculata var tricolor (Island Palm) Image
Tillandsia fasciculata var tricolor (Island Palm)
Scientific name: Tillandsia fasciculata var. tricolor Giant Juniper hill name: Island Palm Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blo... Read More
Tillandsia ionantha Fuego (Fuego) Image
Tillandsia ionantha Fuego (Fuego)
Scientific name: Tillandsia ionantha Fuego  Juniper hill name: Fuego Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More
Tillandsia plagiotropica (Starfish) Image
Tillandsia plagiotropica (Starfish)
Scientific name: Tillandsia plagiotropica Juniper hill name: Starfish Hardiness degree: 50-90 degrees F or 10-32 degrees C Blooming season... Read More