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Up in the airIf you’ve noticed funny little plants suspended in glass bubbles and ceramic pots in lifestyle stores, then you’ve noticed the trend for air plants. These can grow and survive without the need for soil, though they still need moisture and plant food, as well as constant air circulation. Try creating a cool architectural display like this one for a futuristic garden effect – the dark walls really set it off.Read more:How to Live With Plants5 Plants Best Suited for Indian HomesTell us:Have you created a garden feel in your flat? Share your ideas in the Comments below.