Tillandsias / Air Plants : display hangers and planters 2010 - 2012
Here are some samples of my tillandsia displays.
The small polymer clay figurines are made by hand, by me. Any white ones you see will glow in the dark.
I meet a lot of people who believe that these plants don't need water. They do. They actually like to get immersed in water for an hour or two every week to ten days for some varieties and once a month for others.The care of the plants requires bright indirect natural light, water (some varieties more than others) and circulating air. Some of the air plants later in the album are shown placed in terrariums and, while they look great in there, they will not survive due to the humidity. They need to be arranged so that after a soaking, they can easily dry in a few hours.
Apr 17, 2010