This amazing little species from Venezuela has long stems that twist and curve and are covered with thin, needle-like leaves. It produces bright scarlet-red flowers and grows quickly to eventually form a hanging cluster.
Grower Level: Novice, this plant is very hardy and great for Beginners!
Positioning: High in Shade-house, this plant enjoys high light and air flow.
Watering: This variety likes to be watered 1-3 times a week. Once a week in the winter time, and more often and frequently in the summer months. Caution: Avoid soaking over 1 hour, or trapped water in between its leaves for long periods. After soaking or a heavy misting, make sure you turn it upside down and shake the excess water free. You can leave the air plant upside down until it is fully dry before placing it back in its home. If your plant is mounted or hanging in a high airflow location then there is no need to turn upside-down to dry.
Each living plant is unique and may vary slightly in size, colour, or shape depending on the season. Flowering plants are sent when available.
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