This Tilly was also given to me without a name. Please help and ID for me? Thanks, Colleen
You can post all this in one post...just keep adding the links on seperate lines
if it the same as mine its called a TILLANDSIA STRAMINEA APURIMA
IF this is the same as mine and it looks like it mine is doing weird from the weather changing. I do not know if they go dormant or not. how is yours doing my xerogaphoas and I have a wall full are fine and 1 of my 2 durittii's are not doing well....I have not changed a thing and done what I have just read about them on line. I personally think s many as I have lost I will say the Xero s the easiest to grow and live. what is anyone else thoughts?
Hope this helps.
Indeed this is T. straminea which is a dry-loving species. The suffix 'Apurima' is a non-descriptive addition.
One of the regions in Peru where this species can be found is Apurimec.