3 Air Plants - 3 Succulents plants for indoor
- AMAZING VALUE - This mix of plants is the best value available on Amazon - it includes 3 x succulents in 5.5 cm pots and 3 x air plants for indoors.
- VARIETIES VARY - The plants shown in the pictures are examples and they may vary from the particular varieties you receive. We will send what is looking best and healthiest at the time of year of purchase.
- AIR PLANTS - They like high humidity to bring out their coloration Require very little maintenance, photos are examples of plants.
- SUCCULENTS - So easy to care for, these plants require next to no watering and they will continue to flourish.
Can grow up to 0.3 m in the right conditions.
Season of Interest
All year round
Tillandsia enjoy bright but diffused light, so provide light shade from direct sunshine, particularly under glass. A position in a south-facing window behind a net curtain is ideal.
Immerse plants in rainwater on average two to three times a week, allowing them to dry off in between. Avoid using tapwater especially in hard water areas as the water contains dissolved sodium bicarbonate which can precipitate out on the trichomes and block them, preventing the Tillandsia from absorbing moisture and nutrients. In higher temperatures and low atmospheric humidity, watering may be required more frequently; less often in cooler, humid conditions. Avoid watering plants if temperatures drop to 12ºC as they can remain wet for too long. Allowing plants to dry off in between watering is very important for good plant health.
Best Growing Conditions
The most important considerations when cultivating airplants are their requirements for air, light, water and warmth. Plants can be placed outside in the summer in the UK to benefit from the brighter conditions, rainfall and increased The amount of water vapour in the atmosphere. Different plants require different levels of humidity. Houseplants that need high humidity are best grown in a steamy bathroom, misted regularly or the pot placed in a saucer of damp pebbles. In a greenhouse, humidity can be raised in hot weather by damping down (wetting) the floor, overhead watering or misting. However, high humidity can cause fungal problems, in which case open vents to improve ventilation. humidity. Return them under glass or bring indoors in early autumn.