Tillandsia Xerographica "Mexican"
These air plants, also knowns as Xeros, call Mexico home, where they can be found suspended in the tallest branches of the subtropical forests. High in the forest canopy, they grow entirely without soil, clinging to the trees. Their name is a bit of a mouthful - it understandably translates from Greek to mean “dry writing” or “dry painting.”
Xeros have a distinctive aesthetic, even among other air plants. Their beautiful silver leaves curl and spiral around themselves as they grow. This results in a striking and nearly spherical plant, which, thanks to its slow-growing habits, will leave you with stunning living decor that is easy to keep up with.