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Going on Vacation? How to Make Sure Your Air Plants Stay Happy

July 29, 2014

Is it just us or is the summer truly flying by this year? With August just a couple days away, and kids going back to school soon, many families are trying to eek out one last vacation before the fall craziness hits. If you’re one of those people, you might find yourself wondering how best to prep and care for your house plants when you’re gone.The good news for tillandsia lovers is that air plants are the perfect “vacation plant.” Because they require minimal and infrequent care, and can most often “bounce back” from under-watering, you won’t need to add your air plants to the list of things to worry about while you’re away.  Less worry = more ability to... Continue Reading →

How Much Light Do Air Plants Need?

May 16, 2014

One of the best things about air plants is that they require minimal maintenance as compared to many other house plants.  However, this doesn’t mean that they are maintenance-free, and just like with most plants, the three main factors that can affect their health and life span are: air, water and light.  We’ve talked fairly extensively about watering your air plants, so today we’ll talk a bit more about light.  In general, tillandsias (AKA air plants) prefer bright, but indirect, filtered light. We recommend either south or north facing windows as opposed to east or west, as these tend to get more indirect light. We’ve experimented with air plants throughout our house and the ones that seem to do best... Continue Reading →

Tillandsia Spotlight: The Great Xerographica Air Plant

May 14, 2014

It's easy to see why the Xerographica air plant is a favorite of ours, and among many tillandsia enthusiasts. A slow-growing epiphyte, the Xerographica gets its name from the Greek words xeros ("dry) and graphia ("writing"), and originates in Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador. This stately and large plant is characterized by its full and striking spherical shape.     Beacause of its full and striking shape, it is a favorite among florists and designers in tablescapes, tillandsia arrangements, and even wedding bouquets. Their impressive size and spherical shape have even inspired brides to use them on their own as a simple, modern alternative to a full bouquet. I used a large Xerographica in my wedding bouquet, along with simple white... Continue Reading →

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