NO HOLDING - THESE PLANTS WILL BE SHIPPED IMMEDIATELY
A small rock dwelling species that forms clumping colonies on rocky cliffs overlooking the Rio Chusgon near Huamachuco, Sanchez Carrion, Peru. Similar to Tillandsia tectorum and T. balsasensis, it is a tiny, clumping species with silvery, fuzzy leaves. Forming little cluster with many offsets, they look like little balls of silvery-white fuzz less than three inches across. The inflorescence is a scape about as long as the leaves bearing two to three flowers that are tubular with flaring white petals that are purple at the base. A showy little plant that requires good water and good air circulation.