Grow Succulents and Bromeliads on Hypertufa!

All the plants shown in this post prefer fast draining sandy soil. We wanted to try another option, Hypertufa.

How to make Hypertufa

What the hell is that? That’s what I said when the Plant Man said the word, β€œHypertufa.” Hypertufa is a mixture of Portland cement, perlite, peat and a little water.

Tillandsia and Cork Plaque

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.

3 Ideas Using Lava Rocks with Tillandsia

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…

Consider The Praying Mantis for Pest Control

β€œDon’t blow it – good planets are hard to find.” -Quoted in Time If you are uncomfortable with wasps or spiders helping you with garden pest control you do have another option. The Praying Mantis is a natural born killer