A Guide to Tillandsia, Part Two
Tillandsias, or air plants, are part of the bromeliad family. Most are epiphytes, growing without the need for soil. Their roots anchor them onto rocks, shrubs, trees, or even cacti, while the hairs on their leaves and stems (called trichomes) help feed them.
Yuccas were once thought an oddity, like giraffes, amazing creatures that grow in a far off land.Since we've become smarter about water, gardeners in every climate have discovered that Yuccas make spectacular specimen plants, living sculptures that bloom all summer and require zero maintenance. You can even eat the flowers.Here is an assortment of seeds from eight of the most beautiful, all hardy from zones 5 through 10.Yucca filamentosaYucca elataYucca glaucaYucca aloifoliaYucca…
Tillandsia International Bromeliad Air Plants
Tillandsia International: Largest Air Plant Grower In North America