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  • Debbie Thomas

    hanging plants, kitchen window

  • EM Scrivener

    Air Plants -- I want these hanging in my kitchen window

  • LizzyRae

    Hanging Terrariums. You can use airplants or succulents to add a little color with practically no maintenance! These are from You can get some nifty air plants at

  • Emily Smith

    Want to do this so bad!!! Post: Of course you can have an indoor garden. Use Air Plants which are super low maintenance. Just mist them daily and submerge in water weekly. The plants and terrariums are surprisingly very affordable, so buy lots and Hang them at varying heights in front of a window and enjoy your mini tropical garden.

  • Jessica Best Smith

    Hanging planters from West Elm. Air plants are cool

  • Kari Crowe

    Hanging garden. Suspended clear glass planters allow you to create a high-style, low-maintenance indoor garden almost anywhere. Fill these with air plants, succulents or moss to create your own small spheres of earthy influence. WEST ELM

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