Tillandsia tectorum var.tectorum f.gigantea - hairy air plant - Resembling something between a spider and centipede with white legs, roof airplant has very narrow leaves that are lined with fuzzy white hairs. It is a frost-tender perennial bromeliad from the higher elevations of the northern Andes in South America. Unlike many other Tillandsia species, it is better adapted to areas with lower humidity and more intense sunlight. It is a lithophyte, which means it naturally grows on rocks.
tillandsia bromeliad air plant
Tillandsia ionantha 'Monstrose'
tillandsia a.k.a. air plants are popping up all over the place, they are some of my favorite plants at home and are super low maintenance