The Xerographica air plant is by some considered the king of air plants. A real dramatic and spectacular show stopper. It features thick, wide leaves that form a tight rosette of curls with the thin and spiky new growth coming up from the center adding a beautiful contrast in form. The xerographica is one of the few varieties that can handle some full sun. This air plant also needs less watering, as it is used to living in dryer desert like conditions in Mexico and Guatamala. It looks great on its own, inserted in a small container or mounted on driftwood. Xerographica feature spectacular blossoms when it blooms. The flowers can last for months. Soak it once a week for up to 2 hours.