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Joyce Martinson
Where do you purchase these plants?
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Great article Laura. Air plants are so versatile and easy to care for. Your friends will be amazed that your plants are living off the air and water with no messy dirt to deal with. They can be attached to almost anything for interesting and unique decor.


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hollydenise

I find air plants are actually a little testy to care for. You need to mist them several times a week, but if they are in one of the glass terrariums shown, they need to be taken out and dried for an hour, upside down, to avoid root rot

   

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