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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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Coming soon.....Airplants!?!?!

As it turns out, I live very close to an amazing nursery.....

Any airplant/tillandsia fans out there?



This is a piece my wife put together recently just to give you an idea of the plants we'll have available soon and what you can do with them.
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I'm sure you'll get a lot of interest.
A lot of people have been using them recently!





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I think they would be an outstanding addition to things especially those paladariums?

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I think they would be an outstanding addition to things especially those paladariums?

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They're good for paludariums, terrariums, etc. You can also tie them to just about anything in your yard. Very easy to take care of. Wet them a couple times a week, make sure they get decent light, but not direct sunlight, and don't let them freeze.
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I have used them in my new set up, and they are very "user friendly," pretty, and fairly inexpensive. I just mist mine with RO/spring water and diluted ammonia-free fertilizer a few times per week. Definitely worth it.
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These are really cool.
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