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Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita’ | Pink Quill


The Delivered Plant May Differ in Size, Color, Number of Flowers, Branches, and Will Come in a Plastic Pot, not The One Shown in The Picture.

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PLANT CARE ( Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita’ | Pink Quill )

The optimum temperature range for Tillandsias is 50 – 90 degrees F.
Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita’ prefers bright, indirect sunlight but can tolerate some direct sunlight in the morning or late afternoon.
Moderate humidity is not less than 60%.
Water in summer abundantly with water at room temperature under the root collar about once a week.


Discover the secrets to caring for Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita,’ commonly known as Pink Quill. This care guide provides essential information on trimming damaged leaves, growing without soil on a piece of bark, ensuring a restful winter period, and propagating pups. Dive into the fascinating life cycle of Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita’ and enjoy its stunning blooms.

Trimming Damaged Leaves

To maintain the health and aesthetics of your Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita,’ promptly trim off any damaged leaves. Regular inspection and pruning will help the plant thrive.

Growing Without Soil on Bark

Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita’ can be cultivated without soil. Prepare a piece of bark with a cutout hole and carefully place the plant in it. Wrap the roots with sphagnum moss for support and moisture retention.

Winter Rest Period

During winter, Tillandsia Cyanea requires a rest period. Create a humid environment in a designated room. Mist the plant occasionally to provide sufficient moisture. This rest period helps the plant rejuvenate for healthy growth.

Propagating Offsets (Pups)

Tillandsia Cyanea produces offsets, or pups, before, during, or after blooming. To create new plants propagate these pups. When the pups have some roots, carefully separate them from the parent plant. Plant them in a suitable medium or attach them to another piece of bark.

Blooming and Life Cycle

Tillandsia Cyanea goes through a captivating life cycle. The plant grows to maturity and produces stunning blooms. Blooming can occur before, during, or after the growth period, depending on the species. Enjoy the vibrant display of pink quill-like bracts and small blue flowers. It’s normal for a mature plant to produce 2 to 8 pups during this stage.


Master the art of caring for Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita’ (Pink Quill) by following these essential tips. Moreover, trim damaged leaves, grow them without soil on bark with sphagnum moss, provide a winter rest period, and propagate the pups to expand your collection. Embrace the unique life cycle of this fascinating plant and be rewarded with its mesmerizing blooms.


Tillandsia Cyanea ‘Anita’ | Pink Quill damaged leaves must be cut off in time. The plant can be grown without soil on a piece of bark, in which a hole is cut. In this hole is placed a plant whose roots must be wrapped with moss, sphagnum moss. The plant needs a rest period in winter in a humid room. Tillandsia Cyanea has a life cycle of one plant growing to maturity and blooming. Before during or after blooming (depending on the species) your plant will start producing offsets (Pups), most plants will produce between 2 – 8 pups.


An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The example picture is not the actual plant to deliver. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually, the delivered plant may differ in for example size, the number of flowers & branches, The Plant Will be in a Plastic Pot Not The One Shown In The Picture.


12cm – 15cm


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