‘Air plants’ for in your home!

by | Dec 11, 2015 | Interior and Design, Interior Inspiration | 0 comments

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Have you heard about ‘air plants’? I’ve seen them before, I think on Pinterest or in a magazine, but I didn’t know they called them ‘Air Plants’. Well, actually that is the literal translation from the Dutch name Luchtplantjes. Air plants do not need earth, they are very exotic and fresh. The most populair air plants if the Tillandsia but there are so many varieties which can be combined together. For example the Tillandsia Baileyi, a very exclusive epiphyte plant of the family. It’s a very green and sturdy plant with leaves that resemble tentacles. All the air plants are very fragile.
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Air Plants with beautiful decorations

The fun of the air plants is that you can combine them with each other but also with beautiful vases and other decorations. The Dutch webshop ‘Luchtplantjes’ sells a lot of special sets as a gift or for yourself. The plants are ideal for a terrarium for in your interior. The plants look gorgeous in a terrarium and become a real piece of art. Of course the plants need special care, so definitely consider this before you buy an air plant. Once your plant is at home, you need to immerse it in a tub of lukewarm water. Let the plant upside down dry on a towel. This methode prevents rotting. Air plants are native to the desert, forests and mountains of Central and South America, Mexico and the southern United States. Their climate is totally different from ours, therefore it is good to give your plant every week some water.

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