Air Plant Types

Tillandsia Tectorum

Tillandsia Tectorum

Tillandsia Tectorum is one of the most popular air plants. The plant is covered with a fuzzy coat of trichomes, which help the plant absorb

Tillandsia Caput Medusae air plant

Tillandsia Caput Medusae

The Tillandsia plants or air plants have become widely popular in the modern home gardening scene. They have become home gardener’s favorite choice of plants.

Tillandsia Fasciculata Air Plant

Tillandsia Fasciculata

With so many different species available, it is always exciting to learn about air plants. These plants are epiphytes that don’t need soil for support

Spanish Moss hanging from trees in the southern US

Spanish Moss (Tillandsia Usneoides)

Air plants are very different from most house plants. They are very easy to care for. Tillandsia Usneoides, or Spanish moss, grows abundantly on oak

Tillandsia Aeranthos in the wild

Tillandsia Aeranthos

Tillandsia is one large plant genus comprising more than 650 different species of plants called air plants. The term air plant comes from the fact

tillandsia xerographica air plant from the side

Tillandsia Xerographica

Tillandsia air plants are one of the most popular options in modern-day gardening. They look gorgeous and are ultra-low maintenance. These rule-breakers don’t need soil

the airplant tillandsia recurvata also know as ball moss in a tree

Tillandsia Recurvata

There are various types of air plants that are epiphytic. These plants grow on other plants or objects for support and do not take nutrients

Tillandsia Magnusiana on a wood table

Tillandsia Magnusiana

Air plants are gaining popularity due to their low maintenance needs and easy care. People use them for display in the house in many creative

Tillandsia Butzii on black background

Tillandsia Butzii

Tillandsia Butzii is one of the many air plants species that you’ll love displaying in your home. Tillandsia Butzii is a small epiphytic species of

Tillandsia Ionantha flowering on a mounting grid

Tillandsia Ionantha

Tillandsia plants or air plants are epiphytic in nature. They live by absorbing water and nutrients through their leaves rather than from the soil. They