Tillandsia Caput Medusae Air Plant

Tillandsia Caput Medusae Air Plant
The Caput Medusae 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.


The Tillandsia Caput Medusae does not require any soakings, and prefers to be misted 2-3 times a week. Soakings and heavy mistings must be done with care to avoid rotting. As for light and air, it does very well in indirect sunlight and prefers a bit of air circulation. A good indicator of your plant being thirsty is the curvature of its leaves - the Caput Medusaes leaves will begin to curl tightly when it is thirsty.


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.


The Tillandsia Caput Medusae air plant is native to Central America and Mexico.


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MEASUREMENTS // approximate

8”+ tall and wide


When it blooms, it develops the prettiest blush, mauve and peach coloring.


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 Series.