Air Plant - Xerographica

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Xerographica Air Plant

Submerge your xerographica plant in a bowl of water every week or two. Decrease watering to once every three weeks during the winter months. Shake the plant gently to remove excess water, then place it upside-down on an absorbent towel until the leaves are thoroughly dry.

There are so many different ways you can display this beautiful plant thanks to its striking aesthetic and flexible design. You can put your creative side to work and make living art out of this plant. Try placing it in a terrarium, or attaching it to driftwood or in a bouquet.

With over 650 different species, these plants survive without soil. Depending on the species and growth conditions provided to the plant, a single air plant may live for a few months to a couple of years. Air plants use their unique leaves to get moisture and nourishment from the air for survival.

In order to thrive, air plants need bright, indirect light. Rooms with southern or eastern facing windows make good candidates, because these spaces will be brightly illuminated with sun for most of the day. ... Full spectrum (fluorescent) light is a must.