Blooming Air Plants

The inflorescences in air plants produce beautiful flowers of different colors. Still waiting patiently for your Tillandsia to flower and wondering how you can help encourage the process. In an air plant’s life cycle, the bloom phase is the first stage. It marks the beginning of the reproductive process in the air plant in whichContinue reading “Blooming Air Plants”

Ionantha Red/Pink Air Plant

These air plants are absolutely “blushingly” beautiful as they have touches of red and pink which is commonly called “blushing.” These are prone to blooming as well so they are a real show off and perfect for blooming special plant lovers. The ionantha is a mesic variety of the Tillandsia genus, meaning it’s much moreContinue reading “Ionantha Red/Pink Air Plant”

Tillandsia Tectorums Air Plant

Tillandsia Tectorums are some of the most unique air plants within the species of air plants. They are known for their beautiful snowball appearance and exaggerated white look. Tectorum have a soft, fuzzy feel to them and are very lightweight. Tectorum are amazingly drought resistant and can withstand more direct sunlight than even the mostContinue reading “Tillandsia Tectorums Air Plant”

Air plant Care Tips

Air plants have become a top contender in being the most wanted houseplant, and with indoor plants already being such a huge trend, that’s saying something. They don’t need any soil so you’re free to move them around and display them as you like. Plus, they’re as low maintenance as a plant can be. ReadContinue reading “Air plant Care Tips”

5 Simple tricks to keep Air plant alive

Dunking is best. I know you thought you’d be fine just spritzing your tilly every few days, but that isn’t enough. … I recommend watering your air plant by dunking it every week for 8-9 minutes.  Always air dry. After they soak, Tillandsias need to dry out fully. This means place your plant upside downContinue reading “5 Simple tricks to keep Air plant alive”

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