In order to grow the Tillandsia or any plants without soil, i.e. air plants, it’s necessary to think outside the pot. You can affix air plants to a piece of driftwood with some fishing line. Also try filling a miniature terrarium with air plant varieties or arranging some air plants in a shell, teacup, or other unconventional container.
The Tillandsia genus includes several hundred species in the bromeliad family, all with green, silver, or rosy spiked foliage. As epiphytes used to growing among shady tree branches, air plants don’t need much light, but those on sunnier desks are more likely to grow a flower spike. Mist the entire plant weekly, as modified scales on the leaves will take up the moisture the plant needs.