During this air plant’s younger stages, it is the usual pale green color with a touch of silvery hues. It has straight leaves that start out wide at the base then get thinner as it reaches the tip. They extend out in all directions, the leaves leaning outwards creating an open formation, an elegant structure which is similar to that of a flower’s. As the T. brachycaulos grows over time, its leaves get thinner and it blushes into a beautiful ruby color, then blossom deep violet flowers both of which are vibrant in color, an advantage that makes this plant stand out amongst the rest. A colorful piece that will definitely catch a person’s attention.
Suggest growing condition
Airflow:Moderate Light:Bright light Water:At least once every 2 days Remarks: