Hybrid Tillandsia are created by the cross pollination of two different air plants. The aim of successful tillandsia hybridisation is to combine the desired characteristics of two parent plants into a new plant. Airplant hybridisation is a slow process as no two seedlings will be identical and the chances of achieving the desired cross is slim. As well as selected ‘man-made’ hybrid airplants, we also grow a selection of natural hybrids (plants that have cross pollinated in habitat resulting in new plants that have later been given their own names.
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