Description For Tillandsia Bergeri (Without Pot)
In the world of Tillandsia plants, Tillandsia bergeri is called the "Mad Pupper". Unlike its species, the air plant offsets all year, thereby growing into an attractive clump faster than any other Tillandsia. Usually it does not bloom every year but grows into a large specimen clump. It's ruffled flower petals are uncommon in this genus. The leaf edges curl up toward each other if the plant does not recieve water frequently. In this condition submerge it under water for 12 to 14 hours.Air plants reduce dust and increased humidity levels.Reduce stress to make you feel happier, calmer and more optimistic.Great for urban settings as they’re small and require no soil.Air plants are resistant to pests and diseases.Long-lasting and thrive well in the ambient air, the right amount of light and watering.Exceedingly attractive, exotic and come in a variety of shapes and colours – in fact, some can even change colours depending on the sunlight exposure.Since the need no soil and can fit in tiny spaces,you can grow them in containers or tuck them into crevices of driftwood, into shells,wire baskets or super glue them to stones.Air plants make air plant babies also called "pups.”These pups can be detached and used on their own.
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