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How to Grow Air Plants (Tillandsia), a New Indoor Gardening Trend

How to Grow Air Plants (Tillandsia), a New Indoor Gardening Trend. Video included! Most people don't realize you should submerge your air plant every few weeks, for up to 12 hours.

Good idea for multiple reasons: 1) equisetum grows so quickly and make even the newest newbie of a gardener feel accomplished and happy, 2) equisetum can get out of control and this container will prevent that from happening, 3) creates privacy and covers up some unsightly areas

from Warm Hot Chocolate

Air Plants: Care and Styling

Air Plants: Learn how to care for air plants and get ideas for incorporating them into your home decor.

from BrightSide — Inspiration. Creativity. Wonder.

12 houseplants that can survive even the darkest corner

from Succulents and Sunshine

How to Propagate Succulents from Leaves and Cuttings

ROOTING SUCCULENTS - cleanly pull/break leaf from plant making sure whole leaf is in tact. Allow to dry out & end to scab over. Place leaf on top of soil. (if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end. If you lay on top of soil, it will grow both roots & form new plant) Water when soil becomes dry. Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks.

from Simplicity Relished

Plant Parenthood: How To Avoid Killing Your Succulents

Are you always killing your indoor plants? As it turns out, succulents are not as low-maintenance as they might seem, but you CAN keep them alive! #succulents #tips #gardening

from brit.co

13 Weird Plants You Didn’t Know You Needed

Trachyandra: These guys are unique, snake-like plants that will bring out your inner-Medusa. Seriously, those curls are enough to give anyone hair envy. (via Plant Propaganda)