Tillandsia seleriana is native to pine and oak woods at elevations of 270-2,400 meters. This species is found from southern Mexico to Honduras. In appearance, it most often reminds people of an artichoke. Tillandsia seleriana has the largest pseudobulb - the base of the plant sometimes exceeds 15 cm in diameter. A plant this broad at the base would be close to 30 cm tall without a bloom spike. The average size of an adult plant is 10-15 cm across at the base and 15-20 cm in height. The plant will develop an extensive root system when the base is provided with a humid environment. The floral cluster and upper blades become an attractive clear pink to carmine at blooming time. The flowers are indigo.
Care Instructions Sun: Bright, indirect or filtered light Water: Mist frequently, occasionally dunk under water allowing water to fully drain from base Temperature: 50-90 degrees, best grown indoors. Delivery detail: 1-3 business days