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    How to display your Air Plants

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    How to display your Air Plants

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    Tillandsia or also known as air plants is a type of flora that takes most of its nutrients from the air around it. They are so stylish and really easy to take care of. You just have to make sure that they get proper air circulation, occasional misting, and weekly water baths to thrive, making them keep growing in popularity!


    And since growing them doesn’t require any soil at all, you don't need much effort to showcase their beauty! So below, we have shared some amazing ideas of how you can make the best out of displaying your air plants.


    CREATIVE WAYS TO DISPLAY YOUR AIRPLANTS


    Glass Globe Terrarium


    With the air plant's lack of roots, a hanging glass terrarium is the most popular way to display it. Not only are they simple and easy to set up, but also give you the opportunity to make a cute or customized look by adding some pebbles, moss, tree bark, or sand. Furthermore, using terrariums as a planter gives you a 360-degree view of the diminutive yet intricate plant.

    How to display your Air Plants
    Glass terrarium is the most popular way to display air plants
    Photo credit: decoist.com



    Driftwood, Cholla, Grapevine, or Mopani


    The next way to show off your air plants' beauty and at the same time freshen them up and be able to recreate their natural habitat is to use different types of woods like drifts, Cholla, Grapevine, or even Mopani. But keep in mind that you may need to use a “Tilly'' glue or E-6000 to attach some air plant varieties properly to these types of woods. 




    Natural Containers


    Another way to display your air plants is using natural containers that are commonly from the ocean, like Seashells and Urchins. Aside from being already cute to look at, Seashells and Urchins offer cozy homes for your air plants and some small holes that they can easily fit into. Additionally, using either one of these two as a container for your air plants will help make your garden get some beachy vibes.

     

    How to display your air plants
    Another way to display your air plants is using natural containers


    Cork Bark


    Cork bark is another way to perfectly display your air plants. You can use it to hang your plants by wire or place them as a table centerpiece in your home or your office. You can even be creative with them by adding decorations like faux butterflies, fairies, leaves, branches, moss, etc.

     

    How to display your Air Plants
    Cork bark is another way to perfectly display your air plants
    Photo credit: cute766.info


    Sculpture Display

    If you are looking for a more creative or stylish way to display your air plant, then you can try placing it in an adorable ceramic holder. Not only can it be displayed anywhere in your home, but also be a perfect gift to any family or friends who are really fond of air plants.

     

    How to display your Air Plants
    Air plants being displayed in a creative way
    Photo via LeafMeBeDesigns on Reddit.com


    Wall Mounting

    We all know that to some, air plants are like an addiction - once you start, it's almost impossible to stop. So instead of displaying them all over your home, why not assign a wall specifically for mounting your air plants? This should allow you to admire their beauties in just one place.

     

    How to display your Air Plants
    Wall mounting could be a way to display your air plants
    Source: homedit.com

     

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