Air Plant Shop Blog



  • Throughout the developing world, disadvantaged children struggle to become educated due to lack of schools, limited community support organizations [...]
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  • Anyone can order from our Wholesale, Bulk, and Favors pages.We have designed our site so wholesale and bulk ordering can easily be done online These pages [...]
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  • Air plants are very hardy and easy to care for. We have seen them survive up to 2 weeks in a shipping box with no light or water (Do not try that at home) [...]
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  • Air plants do best when you soak them in water. They take in all their nutrients through their leaves not through the roots. The roots serve only to attach the air plant to [...]
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  • As we consider how to care for your air plants it is important to take into account not only where each specific plant comes from but more precisely what kind of [...]
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  • Here at the Air Plant Shop we pride ourselves on not only providing quality air plants to retail customers across the country, but also in providing bulk air plants [...]
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  • Maintaining a refreshed and memorable business-customer relationship is something that organizations of all sizes strive for to maintain [...]
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  • Air Plants are extremely versatile when it comes to displaying and design in your home since they do not require dirt, heavy containers, or a large space to grow [...]
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  • Everyone always gets excited when they hear that their new air plants will eventually start to produce little baby air plants called "pups". The production of pups [...]
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  • Customers often email and call us about an unusual white, fuzzy substance on the leaves of their new air plants. They are always pleased to find out that this white [...]
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  • The main requirements are: Light, Water, and Fresh Air
    Since they absorb nutrients from the water, distilled water is not recommended [...]
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  • Many Northerners love taking their air plants outside for the warm months but since air plants are a tropical species, they need to be brought indoors when [...]
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  • We’ve all seen it in the movies. It’s floats and sways like ghostly spirits as it hangs from large oak trees and cypress trees here in the deep south. Spanish Moss [...]
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  • Although there is no definitive answer to figure out why any one particular air plant died, here is a list of topics to review when reflecting on the conditions and care [...]
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  • Many customers have been asking us about the sustainability practices of our air plant business. Considering that Tillandsias are predominantly a genus native to the tropical [...]
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  • You’ve just made your first Air Plant Shop order. Now what? Here are some things we recommend you do to successfully receive and care for your new Tillandsia [...]
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  • What the Sam Hill is a Tillandsia? We get this question a lot. In short they are when know as air plants. They are in the Bromeliad or Bromeliaceae family and have roughly [...]
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  • Humans consume massive quantities of food and drink to sustain life. Air plants have adapted to do the same in such a way that allows them to live and thrive in extreme [...]
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