The official name is Tillandsia usneoides, which is also called Louisiana moss, or Spanish beard. Its drooping, gray-green curls are reminiscent of wet summer days in a southern city. This plant can often be seen growing directly on trees. It absorbs water and nutrients from the atmosphere; however, if you create suitable conditions, it will thrive indoors.
If you want to grow Spanish moss at home, remember to spray it with water at least twice a week and fertilize it with high-phosphorus liquid fertilizers. Please note that it is better not to take the plant from the wild because the moss will be infested with small insects.