Tillandsia (Air Plant): Capitata Peach
This Tillandsia (Air Plant) is set apart with long, thick silver-green leaves. Native to Mexico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic & Honduras, the Capitata Peach thrives in a warm, humid climate, but can easily be cared for in your own home! Somewhat similar to the Xerographica, the Capitata Peach plant has gray-green, silvery leaves, though they do not curl like the Xerographica. Instead, they bend and sometimes tiwst from the root, up and outward.
PLANT RETURN POLICY
Plant sales are FINAL unless the following applies:
All plants are guaranteed to arrive to you alive and fully intact (with some grace for bent leaves, and small imperfections). If your plant arrives in a poor or undesired condition, simply take a photograph of it within 1-2 days of its delivery, e-mail it to me, and we'll work together on a refund or replacement option!
AIR PLANT CARE
Air plants are known for their easy and "care-free" maintenance. With this in mind, they do (and will) thrive more with the following methods of TLC.
Humidity is friend to all air plants! Though they absorb most of their nutrients from the air, most of our homes do not have the proper air temperature and humidity to allow the plant to flourish by themselves. Therefore, a light misting is recommended every 2-3 days, along with a fully submerging, 15-minute soak or "bath" every other week. **Remember to turn your air plant upside-down after each soak to let all the excess water drain.