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Watering Air plant 101

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Watering Air plant 101


Air plantshave won the spotlight of being the most popular houseplant, as they can be displayed in a lot of creative ways. Plus, they don't need soil to thrive, which makes them very easy to grow. However, this doesn't mean that they don't require special care. In fact, caring for air plants is very specific, especially when it comes to their watering needs. But we got you covered as we have listed all the tips and tricks to make it really easy and to keep your air plants happy all year long.

Types of water to use

Types of Tillandsia Air Plants

Don’t use chlorinated or water in the softening system as it can harm your air plants. The best option for you to use is rainwater or filtered water. If none of the above is available, you may use tap water, but make sure to allow your air plants to sit out in a bowl for at least 24 hours. This would evaporate the chlorine that can turn the tips of your plant's leaves to brown.

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