Featuring flat, thick leaves that are bright, virulent green, the Tillandsia Brachycaulos is a hardy air plant that can manage the strong rays of the sun, and develop new colors when exposed to direct, natural light. It will produce many layers of strong leaves that transitions as it grows.
It will also develop vibrant, bright red and pink hues when the plant blooms. The flowers themselves are a beautiful purple with slight yellow coloring.
Be sure to mist the T. Brachycaulos 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 if you live in an extremely dry climate, and 15 minutes once every other week in the winter time.
The Tillandisa Brachycaulos measures just under 3" tall with a spread of ~3" wide.
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