This graceful Tillandsia is the only hybrid we know of between two species of the miniature Tillandsia subgenus, Diaphoranthema. It is a hybrid between Spanish Moss, Tillandsia usneoides, and Ball Moss, T. recurvata. Both of these species grow in the Southern U.S. and the cross was made by Mark Dimmitt a number of years ago. The leaves are silvery and this Tillandsia grows into a beautiful clump. Tillandsia Kimberly was named for one of Paul's daughters.
Sun exposure: Medium to bright shaded conditions.
Water requirement: Enjoys frequent watering with fast drying.
Special note: Enjoys good air circulation. Great for beginners.
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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