What the hell is that? That’s what I said when the Plant Man said the word, “Hypertufa.” Hypertufa is a mixture of Portland cement, perlite, peat and a little water.
A Tillandsia screen is usually a framework with a series of wires strung inside the frame to support a number off Tillandsia. Remember the Tillandsia Wall Installation we recently did? Yeah, that’s basically a Tillandsia screen.
Earlier , I was getting rid of all the wine we have by drinking it, then I had this bright idea! I said to myself, “I’m gonna make a terrarium out of one of these empty bottles today.”
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…
“One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” – William Shakespeare I posted this on our Facebook page recently but wasn’t sure if it would end up being a post since the Plant Man didn’t take photos while he made it, but that never stopped me before… so I’ll do my best to show […]
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.
We have shown you how to mount air plants with glue but we’ve never shown you how to do the same with an orchid. Normally, we mount the orchid by wiring it in place, but bulbous orchids are suitable for gluing.
“What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have never been discovered.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson We have had some problem areas around the house where nothing would grow or grew very poorly. Maybe you’ve had the same problems? Let us tell you about two of ours….