Selecting healthy Tillandsia, also known as Air Plants, is almost the same as selecting any other plant. Normally you want to select a plant with a good root system, but air plants don’t use their roots to get nutrients or water. If an air plant has roots or no roots, it’s not something to worry […]
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…
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…
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.
“Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” -Confucious If a minimalist were to get a plant then it would have to be a tillandsia because they are simple and require no messy dirt.
What a day! Our camera broke so I can’t take any new photos and
“A society is defined not only by what it creates, but by what it refuses to destroy.” -John Sawhill An air plant in a light bulb is an old idea but today we came up with a way to suspend it inside the light bulb instead of
“I can enjoy society in a room; but out of doors, nature is company enough for me.” -William Hazlitt In this project we created a Tillandsia Landscape using a thick piece of raw cork