A QUICK GUIDE TO AIR PLANTS

Tillandsia is a petite air plant that most often gets tucked into lush succulent gardens

Tillandsia is a petite air plant that most often gets tucked into lush succulent gardens

Scientifically known as Tillandsia and Xerographica, Air Plants are a fun and easy way to bring a little low maintenance greenery into any space! There are many unique ways to display them, which is what makes them a perfect addition to any bookshelf, windowsill or succulent garden.

It’s recommended that you water your air plant once a week. The best way to do this is to fill a sink with water and let the plant soak for 10 min. Then, let it dry on a towel. It’s that easy! When your air plant is designed in a sculptural arrangemenSculptural Xerographicat like the Sculpted Xerographica, it’s better to mist the plant when it’s beginning to look dry.


The swirling tendrils of the Xerographica lend itself to this stunning sculptural piece.

The swirling tendrils of the Xerographica lend itself to this stunning sculptural piece.

Small air plants are perfect for adding personality to lush succulent gardens. We love these little plants in modern designs like the Concrete Cube.

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Xerographica air plants add the perfect finishing touch to elegant designs like the Natural Splendor

With so many uses, it’s so easy to fall in love with this whimsical little plant! We carry both Xerographica and smaller varieties, and each one is different. Stop by and find your perfect plant or succulent garden.

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