Tillandsia Anita Pink Quill
Part of the bromeliad family this small epiphyte originates from the American jungles where it grows on trees. Pink Quill looks very vibrant with a bright pink flowering bract that resembles an old fashioned ink quill. As the Pink Quill plant is a Bromeliad it produces exotic and tropical looking flowers lasting up to 3 months. Once flowering is finished the flowering bract of the Pink Quill plant starts to die, followed by the main adult.
How to care for your tillandsia
Water: Water whenever the soil becomes dry. This may mean a good watering every couple of weeks, more in very hot weather and less in Winter.
Light: You need to avoid direct sunlight to prevent the leaves burning, but good indirect light is needed
Humidity: If humidity is low your Tillandsia will appreciate a misting of its leaves occasionally during warm months.
Temperature: They like warmth, about 20 degrees C.
Other info -
Pot size: 9cm
Toxic to cats & dogs? No