Crowned as King of Tillandsias, Xerographica air plant is a favorite of ours. The name is derived from the Greek words of "xeros", meaning "dry" and "graphia", meaning "writing". "Dry Writing".
Tillandsia xerographica is a slow-growing, xerophytic epiphyte. It has silvery gray leaves which are wide at the base and taper to a point. It is also called "Silver beauty". Attractive formed in a tight sculptural rosette and it have leaves ending in beautiful curls. Tillandsia xerographica is a species of bromeliad that is native to southern Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
This is living plant that will very slowly grows to a even bigger majestic size. But it will take quite a while to reach that size of 3 feets. Take good care of it and it will be even more beautiful for years to come. And when it blooms; it will last for months and then it will have new pups.
Small - approximately 12-15 cm (Diameter) by 8-10 cm (Height) in size
Medium - approximately 15-18 cm (Diameter) by 10-12 cm (Height) in size
Large - approximately 18-22 cm (Diameter) by 12-14 cm (Height) in size