The T. capitata domingensis has elongated leaves that go in different directions, some leaves overlapping one another. This species is quite interesting because its leaves are not the usual pale green color. Instead, they are a deep red combined with hints of violet, creating a maroon shade. Then a towering inflorescence that is just as slender comes out from the plant’s center and violet flowers pop out, blending in with the color of the leaves. A very elegant piece that follows a dark, and enticing color scheme.
Suggest growing condition
Airflow:Moderate Light: Bright light to Direct morning sunlight Water:At least once every 2 days Remarks: