Tillandsia xerographica is a species of bromeliad that is native to southern Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. The name is derived from the Greek words ξηρός, meaning "dry", and γραφία, meaning "writing".
Tillandsia xerographica is a species of bromeliad, is one of the largest air plants capable of reaching over 3’ feet in size. It features thick, wide leaves extending from a tight rosette. Native to parts of Central America, including Southern Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras, the plant belongs to the Tillandsia genus of air plants and the Bromeliaceae family of monocot flowering plants. Due to the size of the plant, it’s referred to as the queen of air plants. Besides needing high humidity and room to grow, this otherworldly-looking plant isn’t too demanding.