The Tillandsia Caput Medusae is named after the Greek goddess Medusa, who had live snakes in place of her hair. This plant was named as such due to its wild looking sage green leaves. The leaves wrap around each other making a tight bulb at the base of the plant, and the leaves seem to reach and stretch as they grow. The leaves are also covered in an incredibly soft flocking.
When in bloom, it will produce a flame red spike and violet colored flowers, and the flower can last up to two months.
☀️ provide bright indirect light (light filtered through a curtain, light bouncing off a wall, etc)
💧 mist 2-3 times a week (make sure water doesn't sit in the middle of your plant or it will rot.
🌡 temperatures above freezing (though they prefer milder climate)