Tillandsia Bergeri is endemic to the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It grows at elevations up to 100 meters. An average plant is about 12-14 cm. wide and 10 cm high. The blades are slightly channelled, narrowly triangular, and attenuate. It produces violet and white flowers that superficially resemble those of a miniature iris. It flowers yearly. This species grows into a clump more rapidly than any other of the genus when provided with bright light, sufficient water and fertilizer. This is one of the easiest tillandsias to cultivate, it thrives under average conditions and tolerates extremes well.