Tillandsia http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/ Tillandsia Tillandsia bulbosa 'Red Form' Guatemala $4.50 This small plant is about 4 inches tall, has a bulbous base with twisted, wiry leaves that blush bright red when blooming. The inflorescence is a short scape with red branches and deep blue flowers. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401038 1401038 Tillandsia cacticola $15.00 Much sought by hobbyists, cacticola is a prize in any collection. A soft rosette of half inch wide gray leaves, produces a spectacular inflorescence of lavender branches with purple-edged white to yellow flowers. Native to the Tropical Thorn Forest of northern Peru where it frequently grows on cacti, hence the name. Keep on the dry side, bright and airy. The Latin name of this Tillandsia species, cacticola, translates as "cactus dweller." http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12702691 12702691 Tillandsia capitata 'Red' $7.50 This large grower gets to over 12 inches and has red leaves in an open rosette. Blushes crimson when in bloom with many purple flowers. This species from Mexico is probably a form of Tillandsia cryptantha. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12989686 12989686 Tillandsia caput-medusae $6.00 The name means "Head of Medusa." It has silvery, twisted leaves and a bulbous with a red inflorescence. T. caput-medusae is a commonly cultivated bromeliad species. The thick, channeled, tapering and twisting leaves are up to 10 inches long and are covered in fine gray hairs. The rosette of leaves arise from an inflated pseudobulb. Pups are produced after blooming, as is usual with most Tillandsias. In a greenhouse, the plants can bloom from spring to early summer. The red inflorescences are usually unbranched or digitate. Bright violet flowers are about 1.25 inches long with the stamens exserted. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12702689 12702689 Tillandsia chiapensis $10.00 One of the all-time favorite, easy to grow, beautiful Tillandsias, from Chiapas, Mexico. A pinkish-silver plant with wide, leathery, scurfy leaves in a broadly spreading open rosette. Can grow to 18in, but usually is much smaller. The inflorescence, which can last in color for a year, is an inflated, sometimes branched, pink spike. A cliff-dweller from the dramatic canyons of Chiapas, Mexico. It's best kept mounted in bright light, and fed frequently. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=11601626 11601626 Tillandsia chiapensis $10.00 One of the all-time favorite, easy to grow, beautiful Tillandsias, from Chiapas, Mexico. A pinkish-silver plant with wide, leathery, scurfy leaves in a broadly spreading open rosette. Can grow to 18in, but usually is much smaller. The inflorescence, which can last in color for a year, is an inflated, sometimes branched, pink spike. A cliff-dweller from the dramatic canyons of Chiapas, Mexico. It's best kept mounted in bright light, and fed frequently. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=13016675 13016675 Tillandsia cyanea $8.50 Red-striated green leaves and a lavender arrowhead-shaped spike with large purple cinnamon-scented flowers, are the best features of this popular Ecuadorian species. Bright shade and moist. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=11547782 11547782 Tillandsia 'Cuicatlan' concolor $15.00 A giant form of concolor reaching nearly a foot across. A desert dweller with a restricted range, it can be seen growing on cacti and Acacia in the extremely harsh country near Cuicatlan, Oaxaca. Stiff yellowish-green foliage tints reddish in the sun, and a shiny multiple branched spike of yellow to red with pink flowers. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=11518008 11518008 Tillandsia fasciculata 'Tropiflora' $45.00 This is an outstanding 'air plant' from Dennis and Linda Cathcarts Tropflora Nursery in Sarasota. It's a huge grower to 30 inches across, with a heavy spike of thick red branches that last in color almost a year. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401037 1401037 Tillandsia Eric Knobloch http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=28398986 28398986 Tillandsia durati x T. gardneri http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=28398981 28398981 Tillandsia fasciculata 'Tropiflora' $45.00 This is an outstanding 'air plant' from Dennis and Linda Cathcarts Tropflora Nursery in Sarasota. It's a huge grower to 30 inches across, with a heavy spike of thick red branches that last in color almost a year. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401152 1401152 Tillandsia fasciculata $15.00 A Central American form with stiff greenish grey leaves in an upright rosette and a simple to branched spike of red, yellow or orange. Great for mounting. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12702690 12702690 Tillandsia fasciculata A Central American form with stiff greenish grey leaves in an upright rosette and a simple to branched spike of red, yellow or orange. Great for mounting. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=13016660 13016660 Tillandsia hondurensis $10.00 A cliff dwelling species from the high badlands of Honduras grows in a caulescent rosette with wide silvery leaves that blush pink when in bloom. The inflorescence is peach-colored with blue flowers. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12989687 12989687 Tillandsia 'Ionantha' $6.00 A fiery-red form that was orignally found in the mangrove forrests of Guatemala. A small grower to about 2 inches with narrow, upright growth. It has reddish leaves all year that turn brilliant red when in bloom. Probably the reddest of the various ionantha forms. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12090988 12090988 Tillandsia ionantha x caput-meduae http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=28398982 28398982 Tillandsia stricta 'Hard Leaf' $3.50 An all-time favorite from Brazil that's about 6 inches across in a leafy rosette, with stiff grey-green leaves. It produces a stunning blue-flowered plume-shaped pink inflorescence in the summer. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=11602056 11602056 Tillandsia roth-roland http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=28398987 28398987 Tillandsia stricta 'Hard Leaf' $3.50 An all-time favorite from Brazil that's about 6 inches across in a leafy rosette, with stiff grey-green leaves. It produces a stunning blue-flowered plume-shaped pink inflorescence in the summer. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=11602065 11602065 Tillandsia tricolor $10.00 A cultivar from Honduras that is larger and leafier than the typical form and colors nicely in bright light. The flower spike is a branched yellow to red with purple flowers. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12989676 12989676 Tillandsia vernicosa $10.00 A species from Bolivia and Argentina with very stiff, pointed leaves in a 5 to 8in rosette. It is colorful with dark greenish-bronze leaves and a beautiful, long lasting, multi-branched inflorescence of pinkish-red. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=12090917 12090917 Tillandsia xerographica $45.00 A magnificent, very large rosette with 2 inch wide grey leaves recurving downward and a multi-branched yellow inflorescence to 30 inches. Native to the oak forests of Guatemala. Great for hanging basket culture that allows the leaves to hang in loose curls. Thrives in bright light and good air movement. Fertilize often for best results. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=10070417 10070417 Tillandsia xerographica $45.00 A magnificent, very large rosette with 2 inch wide grey leaves recurving downward and a multi-branched yellow inflorescence to 30 inches. Native to the oak forests of Guatemala. Great for hanging basket culture that allows the leaves to hang in loose curls. Thrives in bright light and good air movement. Fertilize often for best results. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=10070416 10070416 Tillandsia xerographica $45.00 A magnificent, very large rosette with 2 inch wide grey leaves recurving downward and a multi-branched yellow inflorescence to 30 inches. Native to the oak forests of Guatemala. Great for hanging basket culture that allows the leaves to hang in loose curls. Thrives in bright light and good air movement. Fertilize often for best results. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401265 1401265 Tillandsia http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401149 1401149 Tillandsia xerographica $45.00 A magnificent, very large rosette with 2 inch wide grey leaves recurving downward and a multi-branched yellow inflorescence to 30 inches. Native to the oak forests of Guatemala. Great for hanging basket culture that allows the leaves to hang in loose curls. Thrives in bright light and good air movement. Fertilize often for best results. http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401264 1401264 Tillandsia http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401151 1401151 Tillandsia http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401158 1401158 Tillandsia http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401156 1401156 Tillandsia http://www.jacksbromeliads.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=1401159 1401159