Here’s a clever way to upcycle those wine corks! I’ve been totally infatuated with air plants lately. I mean, what’s not to love about something that needs virtually no care at all? Moisture and nutrients are gathered from the air. Your imagination can go wild and eccentric when it comes to air plant display ideas; these plants are highly versatile and easy to keep!
Before we jump into awesome display inspirations for air plants, lets learn how to care for air plants. These indoor plants need special care and attention to grow indoor. It needs proper water, light, temperature and nutrients for its proper growth. This infographics will give you enough information for proper maintenance of this home decor.
Lets make a living decor using air plants to decorate your living room. These 52 air plants display ideas will help you to decorate your home using these unique plants. Tillandsias, also known as air plants, are plants which doesn’t need any soil for its growth. Leaves of air plants absorb nutrients from air and water for its growth. Roots are for anchoring purpose only.
From succulent wedding bouquets to countless DIY terrariums, it’s safe to say succulents have had their moment. Give your garden or windowsill an upgrade with our new favorite houseplant that requires minimal maintenance: the air plant. Also known as Tillandsia or aerophytes, these plants offer greenery and a fern-like appearance without the hassle of soil or perfect lighting.
Love all plants equally. And I could never choose my favorite plant, much as most of you could never choose a favorite child or pet. But if I had to—I mean if you twisted my arm—I’d be forced to say that air plants are the Coolest. Plants. Ever. Air plants, or Tillandsia if you’re fancy, are spritely greens that have a cool organic, yet geometric shape. Plus, they’re super easy to care for, making them a popular choice for terrarium-lovers and novice gardeners alike
They don’t need soil. They love light. They get nutrients from their air through their awesome little leaves. They don’t need to be watered, only misted a few times a week.Mostly they just sit wherever you put them and look fabulous, but they deserve a fantastic planter for being so incredibly low maintenance. Here are a few that do them justice.