Tillandsia Xerographica is native to South America, it has silvery green leaves like most air plants. It can tolerate bright indirect light and go longer periods without water than most other air plants. Put the plant into water every two weeks for some time and grow it in bright area. In summer it can be hung outside to provide it some breeze.
If you want to grow air plants indoors and the air is dry, you will need to mist it frequently and keep it near a window where the air flows.
The air plants are unusual, in that they can grow on almost anything without the need for soil. The Tillandsia, AKA air plant, is native to Mexico, Costa Rica, Central America and parts of South America, and has become a popular ornamental plant throughout the world. The small air plant produces a colourful array of shoots, ranging from pink to blue to purple. While these plants appear difficult to grow due to their unusual characteristics, air plants are very hardy and air plant care is simple. In fact, you mostly just need to mist the air plant occasionally.