Are commonly known as airplants because of their natural propensity to cling wherever conditions permit. Silvery in color, they are covered with specialized cells capable of rapidly absorbing water that gathers on them.
15 in stock
Bright, Indirect Light
Depends on the variety
* Place in an area with good air circulation
Remove plants from their containers and spray heavily, or rinse them under a faucet or hose until they are dripping wet. Do this 2-3 times a week. Shake off water and let the base dry before putting back in its container.
Soak Method: in warmer and drier conditions, an overnight soaking (12-14 hours) will rehydrate more efficiently than spraying or rinsing.
Do not plant in soil
Annual In Ohio
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