Aeranthos / Bergeri
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Aeranthos (eye-ran-thos) and Bergeri (bear-ger-ee) are two air plant species that are nearly indistinguishable when not in bloom. These plants require similar care and grow at the same rate. Tillandsia Bergeri is known as the "Mad Pupper" because unlike most air plants that only produce offsets once in their lifetime, Bergeri is known to produce pups throughout the life of the plant. Both Aeranthos and Bergeri are caulescent plants that form naturally into bunches. Because these two plants are so similar, you will receive a combination of the two that are chosen at random. These are a personal favorite of the Air Plant Hub owners!
During Summer, submerge plants in water for 30 to 60 minutes every week. After soaking, set plants upside down on a towel to dry before returning them to their containers. During the winter months, you may water less frequently, but be sure to watch the plant closely to ensure it is receiving adequate hydration. Once per month fertilization is recommended.