A larger growing form of this natural hybrid from Florida. A primary hybrid that can be between any of the millions of Tillandsia fasciculata v. densispica x balbisiana in the Everglades and as luck would have it, this one is just an extra-large growing form. About 25% larger than other clones we grow, reaching 30 to 36 inches tall or more, consistently. The inflorescence is correspondingly larger too.
As with the typical form the plants have bronzy foliage which forms a bulbous base with long, tapering leaves in a rosette with an upright vase shape. The inflorescence is very tall with a red scape, long, recurving bracts and a cluster of upright, long, bright red branches. Colorful and easy to grow.