8 Types of Air Plants That Will Brighten Your Home with Barely Any Work

Tillandsia Xerographica

Because of its enormous size, Tillandsia xerographica, one of the most well-known air plants, is frequently referred to as the "King of Air Plants."

Tillandsia Caput-Medusae

This houseplant is very easy to grow, and it has a variety of spherical leaves that resemble snakes and emerge from the head of the Greek goddess.

Tillandsia Velutina

The traditional air plant Tillandsia velutina, which changes colour just before it blooms, is a great way to bring some colour into your house. 

Tillandsia Tectorum

Esta variedad es fácil de distinguir gracias a sus hojas claras y difusas y su forma curva, que le dio el apodo de "Planta de Aire de Snowball".

Tillandsia Cacticola

While you may think its name is a reference to its cactus-like shape, Tillandsia cacticola is one of the few air plants that grow along a stem.

Tillandsia Usneoides

Although the scientific name of this plant is Tillandsia usneoides, you probably know it as Spanish moss.

Tillandsia Cyanea

The Tillandsia cyanea, also called a Pink Quill air plant, is special in that it can be cultivated in a pot with soil, allowing you to make full use of your favourite indoor plant pots. 

Tillandsia Ionantha Druid

En las condiciones adecuadas, la tillandsia ionantha "Druid" produce delicadas flores blancas y blanquea de colour amarillo antes de florecer.