Xerographica are some of the most iconic and beautiful air plants. They’re a silvery, pale green, and form a sculptural rose shape that spirals outward with gracefully curled tendrils. This species is native to the relatively dry forests of Mexico, El Salvador, and Guatemala. They’re epiphytes - meaning that they grow in midair on the branches of trees or shrubs rather than rooting in the ground.
Mini: 3-4in. wide (Species Vary depending on availability)
Medium: 4-7in. wide
Large: 7-10in. wide
Care Instructions: Display your Xerographica air plant indoors, in a place where it can receive as much bright, indirect sunlight as possible. Submerge in a bowl of cool water once per week for 15-30 minutes. Gently shake off excess water and place the air plant facedown on an absorbent towel to dry - allow it to dry completely before returning to its usual place. If the leaves begin to look withered or dry, lightly mist your plant in between waterings.