#NeverSeenBefore No-Soil Plants

#NeverSeenBefore No-Soil Plants

Taking care of plants is like taking care of a little baby. It requires the right mix of everything. If you like plants but too lazy to take care of them, we have the perfect match for you- Air Plants aka Tillandsia. All they need to thrive is AIR!

What are Air Plants?
Plants without soil, sounds fascinating, right? Tillandsia, a genus of around 650 species are known as the air plants. They are epiphyte, meaning that they cling on to tree trunks, rocks, and on other plants than rooting onto the ground. The reason why they are known as air plants is that they get the majority of their nutrients from the air around them. These low maintenance plants originate in warm climates and would be a perfect addition to your collection of indoor plants.

Tillandsia Ionantha Air Plants- New Launch By Ferns N Petals
FNP has launched the exotic Tillandsia Ionantha Air Plant in different graceful bases. Check them out here:

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Dome

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Dome

Enclosed in a glass dome with a heart mounted on the top, this air plant is flawless. The plant is set on a wooden base and would be a perfect addition to your green family.

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Globe

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Globe

This plant is in Borosilicate glass globe and looks absolutely fabulous. It would make a great gift for a friend who loves plants.

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Tear Drop

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Tear Drop
Gracefully placed in a Tear Drop Shaped Borosilicate Glass Globe, this air plant looks classy and would be perfect for your home garden.

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Heart

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Heart
This plant is enclosed in a Borosilicate Glass Heart and would make a great impression on your guests.

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Ball
Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Ball

Tillandsia arranged in a Borosilicate Glass Ball, this is another example of what classy home décor.

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass Pear

Tillandsia Air Plant in Glass PearWelcome this amazing air plant to your family, which is enclosed in a Borosilicate Glass Pear.

How to Take Care of Air Plants?

  • Air plants need sunlight like any other plant, so keep your air plants where they get bright and indirect sunlight. Fluorescent home/office lighting would work as well.
  • Although air plants are low maintenance, no plant can survive without water, so mist your air plants every day.
  • Make sure you maintain a temperature of 50-90 degrees Fahrenheit around the plant. 
  • On noticing, remove dried up leaves, and trim the leaf tips if they dry up. 

So, did you get one of these little wonders for yourself yet?

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