This is a fun, bushy little Tilly. Its blossom shoots straight up and out two to three times the height of the plant averaging 5-9cm in diameter and height. It's fine silvery leaves grow in a rosette giving an ethereal, graceful appearance. The delicate flower appears on a long central stem in summer or Autumn under the right conditions.
A clump forming variety, with good care it will produces off-sets or pups around the base of the mother plant to form a very attractive ‘ball’ of plants. It is an undemanding, hardy and resistant species, requiring regular misting, but also a graceful bloomer. It is especially good for beginners.
Pale green with a silvery centre
Grows in the woodlands of Mexico, Cuba, Guatemala and Jamaica