For a low-maintenance houseplant with infinite decorating possibilities, look no further than Tillandsia, an epiphytic genus commonly known as air plants. Air plants absorb moisture and nutrients through their leaves and do not need to be planted in soil to stay alive.
In your living space, air plants can be displayed in glass bowls, hanging terrariums, as a hanging mobile, and pretty much anywhere if you use metal wires to clip the plant onto a sturdy object.
Read below for proper instructions on caring for an air plant. Click on image to enlarge.
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