This Syzygium jambos is downwind of my Cedar tree. Tillandsia volunteers make pruning a bit more interesting!
And here's a photo of my highest epiphyte...
This Tillandsia ionantha clump is over 3 stories high. As you can see by the 1/4" polytube... it's watered via drip... twice a week at night during summer. Other than the fairly infrequent winter rain... I get the feeling that it doesn't get any water on its leaves. So I'm guessing that its roots can and do absorb moisture.
It's entertaining watching the hummingbirds go up and down my Cedar tree visiting the different plants in bloom... Tillandsias, Gesneriads, Echeverias and so on. The tree is a vertical buffet for hummingbirds!