The Tillandsia streptophylla air plant is native to Central America and Mexico and has thin, green leaves that turn red when blooming. Nicknamed the Shirley Temple due to its curling leaves that mirror her curly hair, the Tillandsia streptophylla is a stunning air plant collected by many.
The Tillandsia streptophylla thrives in low-humidity areas due and has light pastel green leaves with a fuzzy texture. In dry conditions, the leaves will curl into tight ringlets. Shake out your plant after soaking to avoid rot. It prefers bright, indirect light, so placing it near a window is suggested.
Bright, Indirect Light