Native to Mexico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic, this air plant is more likely to attach itself to rocks than trees like the majority of other air plant species. Like all air plants, the roots of Capitata are for attaching purposes and don’t soak up nutrients. Keep your Capitata happy by spraying it regularly to keep moist (but not wet) and fertilizing month or so with an air plant fertilizer spray. Capitata prefer warm environments and will be healthiest if kept in bright indirect light. These beautiful plants can come in a variety of colors! Show them off in some glassware or simply place on a shelf!