Call it a living wall or a vertical garden, whichever it is, it’s a great way to bring nature indoors, add new and different textures as well as something unexpected and pretty easy to maintain.
Why have a little air plant in a tiny glass globe when you could have a great big one in a glass globe vase? That’s what we thought…
These little wall gardens are smaller in size, about 6 x 3.5 inches, and are a cool way to display tillandsia (air plants) with enough room left for new growth.
Leonardo da Vinci said, “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” and today’s ideas are along that idea and are very, very simple!
I don’t remember if I mentioned it, but tillandsia (air plants) can be mounted to stone the same way they are mounted to wood sooo…
Well that’s a mouthful! Recently, we showed you the Tillandsia & Snail Shell Centerpiece in a lily bowl but that wasn’t even the finished project.
“Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction.” -E. O. Wilson When you give air plants (a.k.a. Tillandsia) as a gift, it’s all about aesthetic presentation.
The Plant Man was working on a tillandsia (air plant) project but I don’t think he was finished with this one but I hijacked his idea before he was done to create this DIY idea.