The Air Plant Shoppe at Naturali Home

Air Plants are actually called Tillandsias, a type of plant that does not need soil to grow! Most commonly found in Central & South America, a growing number of tillandsia species are native to the Southeastern United States.

We've Expanded Our Selection of Air Plants! Check out all of the new species and displays that were just added.

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Air Plant Care Guide

In addition to the care guides on each product page, keep reading for some helpful Air Plant Care Tips compiled by our team:

Provide Appropriate Lighting

Air plants should be kept where they'll receive bright, indirect sunlight or under fluorescent home/office lighting. Periods of direct sunlight are just fine, but more than a few hours of hot sun will deplete the plants of their moisture. If your plant will be in a spot with some pretty direct light, try misting them every couple of days to keep them hydrated.

Soak Every Other Week

Give your Air Plants a thorough rinsing under running water or letting them soak in a bath of water for 20-30 minutes. You can use a bowl, cup or sink. After their shower or bath, gently shake the plants to remove any excess water, and set in an area with air circulation to dry them out for a few hours. If your plants need an in-between watering, misting them with a spray bottle is a great method.

Temperature & Humidity

Air plants will do best in generally warm conditions (a good range is 50-90 degrees Fahrenheit). In frost-free or nearly frost-free climates they can live outside for the entire year. Like most house plants, they can be taken outside on a porch or balcony for the warm season, just don't expose them to temperature or sun extremes. Air Plants need to be misted daily if you have less than 50-60% Humidity.

Air Plants Bloom

Tillandsias are tropical plants that usually live for several years and will bloom and produce flowers only one time during their lifetime. The flowers are striking and brilliantly colored, and the bloom period will last several days to many months, depending on the species. Different species bloom at different times, also depending on their care and environment. A plant will most likely go into bloom sometime between mid-winter and mid-summer.

Let Pups Grow

Around a plant's bloom time, they'll produce offshoots, or "pups." You'll notice the pups have a separate and distinct center of their own, distinguishing them from the other leaves. Once the pup reaches at least one-third the size of the parent plant, the pup can be removed by gently pulling it apart from the parent.