The T. capitata prefers bright indirect light and waterings at least once a week. If it receives too much sun, you might notice that its leaves take on a yellow sort of appearance. It is a very hardy plant, and is great for beginners.
The T. capitata is both epiphytic and saxicolous, meaning that it grows both in trees and amongst rocks. Relatively easy to grow, these plants can grow to be over 10 inches tall and 10 inches wide. Its light green leaves have ample trichomes which give it is soft velvety appearance. It grows in a rosette shape and will bloom a green/yellow inflorescence with blushing red leaves that extend out from it and will bloom multiple purple blooms from amongst the leaves.
Supplied in a 10cm wire spring shaped holder
Plant - 10cm x 10cm
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***** some plant may suffer minor scaring to their leaves, this happens in transit, it’s just superficial and as the plant grows these leaves will grow out or can be removed *****
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