The Tillandsia Magnusiana is a gentle and perhaps the most grayish species within the epiphyte family. With its many and thin hairy leaves that have a spherical appearance, the Magnusiana is unique in its kind. Because of to the flatter bottom and leaves that keep the plant balanced, the Tillandsia Magnusiana is easy to put down steadily and therefore very easy to use in various decorations.
The Tillandsia Magnusiana grows only in a limited number of countries in the wild. As it grows in the south and west of Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Corsa plant also cultivates this Tillandsia species on its farms in Central America, and ships the Tillandsia Magnusianas to the Netherlands before the plant begins with its flowering phase.
The Tillandsia Ionantha is one of the most common species within the epiphyte family of Tillandsia. Because of its small and compact form, this plant is very easy to use in beautiful flower arrangements and bouquets. They initially appear in desert climates. The Tillandsia Ionantha requires very little care compared to other species of Tillandsia, which makes it an outstanding and easy-care product to have.
There are many kinds of Ionantha and they are mostly native to Central and South America
The Tillandsia Pohliana is a recently added air plant that is now exclusively available at our webshop! This air plant is a middle-sized and wide species, and it has beautiful green colored leaves which fall sidewise. It could be used in perfectly in bouquets, arrangements or other floral decorations.
The Tillandsia Pohliana requires average care compared to other air plants. It likes to be sprayed with normal water.
The Tillandsia Stricta is native to Venezuela, Trinidad, Guyana, Suriname, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, northern Argentina, growing either on both the sands of beach dunes and in trees. This air plant is an evergreen, clump-forming and short-stemmed Tillandsia species with leaves arranged into thick rosettes. The Tillandsia Stricta could differ from soft leaved specimens to much harder, stiffer types and different coloured forms from light green leaves to silvery leaves.