The Capitata Peach Air Plant
The Capitata Peach air plant is a gorgeous air plant, with wide, thick, sturdy leaves that are soft to the touch. It also has the prettiest silvery green leaves.
When it blooms, it develops the prettiest blush, mauve and peach coloring.
This variety likes to be misted 1-3 times a week, and a weekly bath - where it is submerged in tap water for at least 15 minutes. Up to an hour once a week in the summer time, and 15 minutes once every other week in the winter time. More often and frequent in the summer months.
Enjoys very bright light, as well as indirect sunlight. Is also extremely drought tolerant.
Soaks that last too long, trapped water in between its leaves - so after a soaking or a heavy misting, make sure you turn it upside down and shake the excess water free. You can leave the air plant upside down until it is fully dry before placing it back in its home.
WHERE IS IT FROM //
The Tillandsia Capitata Peach air plant can be found anchored to rocks in Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Honduras and Mexico.
COMPATIBLE WITH //
Diamond, Prism, all of the Wall Sconces, Planter, Orb, Teardrop, and more!
MEASUREMENTS // approximate
W: 5” x H: 6”
FUN FACTS //
This variety pups very easily, which means that it has lots of little air plant babies.
Do you have any other questions about this incredibly interesting air plant or any other air plants? Feel free to view my Introduction to Air Plant Care or my Air Plant Care Blog Series, or ask away in the comments below!