Sometimes referred to as the “king of air plants”, Xerographica is a truly unique species that is instantly recognizable in the Tillandsia world. Native to Central and South America, it has wide, very stiff silver/white leaves that curl downward and under the base of the plant. As they grow, Xerographica (or Xero’s, as we like to call them) expand horizontally and become wider, while their earlier leaves continue to undulate downwards from the base. This plant has many bloom cycles that produces a tall yellow spike with purple flowers. Inflourescence can last for several months. Our variety of Xero is very drought- tolerant and prefers a high amount of light. This airplant is NOT in a base or pot, it is the plant only.