3 air plants on bog wood

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Buy 3 air plants on bog wood 3 air plants on bog wood: These plants do not need compost!

  • Position: bright but indirect light
  • Soil: these plants do not need to grow in compost!
  • Rate of growth: slow
  • Hardiness: tender (indoors only)
  • Current height: arangement approximately 20cm, depending on the plants used

    These indoor arrangements look really good on a shelf or table, and they will be incredibly easy to maintain, provided they are kept in a humid environment. Each one is unique as they are made up using a piece of bogwood, onto which three medium-sized air plants have been secured, before being 'finished' with a touch of natural moss. The selection of plants will vary (and names cannot be supplied), but they are chosen for their colour and shape to create a really great display.

  • Home care: These plants do need a humid environment to thrive, so a bright bathroom or steamy kitchen would be ideal. Misting with water a couple of times a week usually supplies sufficient water, although additional watering may be required in a dry hot environment. Remember to shake off any excess water though as they dislike overwatering and should never be allowed to sit in water for any length of time. If possible use rain water, especially in hard water areas, and never use water from a water softener.

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Eventual height & spread

How would you recommend this plant be displayed? Would it thrive best in a glass dome or is it okay out in the open? Similarly, presumably the wood is fairly moist so would work best on a tray as illustrated - what would work best?

Mpass

These plants do not need to be grown under a glass dome, but doing so will help increase the humidity in the air around them. As for the wood, as you spray the plant with water a couple of times a week, it is likely that the wood may become damp. Therefore, it would be better being kept on a tray if you are going to place it on a delicate surface.

Helen

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