Airplants are very easy to care for requiring just water, light, good air circulation and occasional feed
Airplants take all of their moisture and nutrients through their leaves via filaments known as trichomes
Water your Airplants once a week (more frequently if it is very hot and dry). The best way to do this is by submerging your plant in water (preferably rainwater) so that the leaves are soaking wet.
After watering gently shake off the excess making sure that none remains in the centre of the plant or at the base.
Sufficient air circulation should be provided so that the plant dries within a few hours. If you are displaying your plant on something with restricted air circulation, such as a shell, make sure that the plant is completely dry before placing it back.
Airplants will benefit from the occasional long soak and will take up sufficient water to fully rehydrate. The maximum time recommended for a soak is up to 8 hours.
Airplants do best with good, bright but diffuse, light. With sufficient light your plant will reach its full potential.
An occasional feed is beneficiaL This can be done by adding a few drops of an Orchid feed or a foliar feed into the water .
The majority of Airplants will not tolerate temperatures below 8C. if temperatures are high increase the number of times you water your plants.
Your airplants can be grown outside during the summer. Make sure that they return indoors before any risk of frost.
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