Create a beautiful indoor garden with our live air plants. They don’t need soil to grow, so you can simply place them inside a terrarium, an aerated glass globe, or a shapely vase, and surround them with decorative objects and vase fillers for a one-of-a-kind spring arrangement.
• Water (outdoors): Water at the same time as other outdoor plans. Once leaves are wet, tillandsia does not need further watering. Avoid watering too frequently during hot and humid weather.
• Water (indoors): Submerge for a twelve-hour period in water that is low in dissolved solids and salts (rain or drinking water are best). Repeat every ten days or two weeks. Or mist tillandsia, making sure the crucial center area does not remain moist for too long. Repeat misting if the edges of the leaves start to curl up or pinch.
• Fertilizer: Add a small pinch of Epiphyte’s Delight fertilizer in the soaking water. This water can be reused; be sure to remix the fertilizer evenly throughout the water before reusing.