This guy has been blooming for the last week or two in our window that faces south. I love the little pale yellow flowers. We had another beautiful bloom in late May.
This isn’t all of them. I’d estimate conservatively that we have 50 tillandsias total.
I won this guy at the SF Bromeliad Society meeting raffle. It’s huge! Unfortunately it’s on the threatened plant list in its home state of Florida.
I’m a sucker for Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides). Did you know it’s a tillandsia? We brought a big clump home from the plant sale last week. It’s kind of ‘Cousin It’ like.
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