Tillandsia capitata's foliage turns peach-colored and it has bright purple flowers.

 Tillandsia capitata
   We're a little unsure about this one. We purchased it as T. capitata, but if you do an image search on the internet, the look of this plant is not typical. I’ll tell you about this one - base your purchase on our picture! This is a rather large growing, extremely free “pupping” and nice blooming plant if you’ve got bright light. It’s a xeric type and in good light is spectacular. We let it grow and grow and grow and the mass reached five feet across. We had to move it at which time we made many smaller pieces of it. The inflorescence/flowers are lovely and quite long lasting.