Tillandsia (air plants)
Light: Bright, indirect light is best
Water: Soak in water for 20 min per week, or mist lightly more often
Maintenance: These require no soil to grow. However, they won’t survive in frost, so keep them away from windows come winter.
Space: Each tillandsia will bloom once in its life (midwinter to midsummer, depending on the species) but only grows a few inches per year.
Extras: Because they draw moisture from the atmosphere make sure your tillandsia vessel allows plenty of air circulation.
Light: Moderate; several hours of indirect light per day is ideal
Water: Once every two weeks; allow the soil to dry completely between waterings
Maintenance: Little. Prune dead leaves intermittently; repot when necessary (usually every two years).
Space: Jade trees can easily grow up to 4 feet in height and width
Extras: You can mold the shape of a jade trey pruning it in spring or early summer, when the plant is actively growing.
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Maxwell Ryan & Janel Laban