Air Plant Watering

Air Plant Watering

August 02, 2012 1 Comment

Proper watering, air circulation, proper sunlight and medium temps (fifty to ninety degrees) are the keys for air plant care. Different varieties can require different environments to flourish. 

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Spanish Moss - Tillandsia Usneoides

Spanish Moss - Tillandsia Usneoides

June 18, 2012 5 Comments

Spanish Moss is probably the most common Air Plant in the United States. In fact, I’m sure you’ve probably stumbled upon it. Think of that quintessential southern city. Is it Savannah, Charleston, New Orleans, or perhaps even the home of Air Plant Supply Co., St. Augustine, Florida.

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Bromeliads

Bromeliads

June 14, 2012

Bromeliads consist of a wide variety of plants with the ability to flourish in a diverse set of climates. The appearance of their foliage is also varied. The leaves can appear symmetrical or irregular in shape.

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All About Air Plants -  The Genus Tillandsia

All About Air Plants - The Genus Tillandsia

June 13, 2012 1 Comment

A member of the Bromeliad or Bromeliaceae family, Tillandsia consists of a genus of approximately 540 species. Most commonly found in South America, Central America, parts of Mexico and the southern-most border states of the United States, these plants thrive in the deserts, mountains and forests areas of these regions.

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What are Epiphytes?

What are Epiphytes?

May 23, 2012 4 Comments

Plants come in all shapes and sized and live in diverse climates and ecosystem. From the hardy arctic plants of the north to underwater phytoplanktons that live near deep sea hydrothermal vents, all of these plants have adapted to their environments and carved out niches that have allowed them to thrive on this planet.

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