Frequently Asked Questions 

What is a Tillandsia?


Where do they come from?


Why are they called Air Plants?



Our Response 

A Tillandsia (or more commonly called, Air Plant) , is from the bromeliad family, accounting for approximately 550 of the over 2,500 species of bromeliads.

They are native to the warmer climates of the Americas. The are found from the jungle to the rain forests to arid deserts, from sea level to high mountain regions.


Because they do not need soil. Their root systems are used to attached themselves to trees or rocks and absorb moisture and nutrients through their leaves. They only need sunslight, water and air!