This most unusual handcrafted air plant center piece is created from centuries-old cypress wood studded with mollusks. It is consists of two air plants Tillandsia caput Medusa and Spanish moss. It s a truly unique gift for any occasion. It makes a great corporate gift that everyone will remember.
Approximate size: 7 x 7 x 4 in
This two plant terrarium includes:
Tillandsia caput (Air Plant)
Tillandsia usneoides (Spanish Moss)
Cypress Driftwood Base, Centuries-old, covered with mollusks shells
Cypress Tree Base Plaque
This unique terrarium has two plants: Tillandsia caput (Air Plant) and Tillandsia usneoides (Spanish Moss). Every part of it is handcrafted from the beginning to the end. It will add the perfect decorative touch to your house, office, or patio. The base of the terrarium is made of centuries-old cypress driftwood covered with mollusks shells. Each terrarium is completely unique an it appears just as presented on it's picture.
More about your plants: Tillandsia caput is an 'air plant' grows without a substrate and its snake-shaped leaves bring an exotic flair to living rooms. The epiphytic Tillandsia caput-medusae is an easy-care indoor plant, as long as you pay attention to its unorthodox needs. Provided proper care, this tillandsia does not even challenge an inexpert hand. These care instructions explain how to tie up this glamorous bromeliad in a perfect location, make it flower, water properly, fertilize, overwinter and propagate it. Most air plants are epiphytes, using their root system to attach themselves to a host. Interestingly enough, they do not use their roots to pull nutrients from their host rather just to anchor themselves.
Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) is not a true moss, but rather an epiphytic flowering plant that often grows upon larger trees in tropical and subtropical climates
Terrarium Care: Light requirements: Do not expose to direct sunlight. Pick your spot and do not change it often. For best results choose a bright location for your terrarium. Watering: When grown indoors, air plants will need to be watered regularly. Mist your plants with distilled or rain water three times per week. Temperature: The ideal temperature for air plants is between 50-80 °F. Fertilizing: Not needed
This most unusual handcrafted air plant center piece...