Air Plant – Tillandsia (Spanish Moss)
Plant Height above Pot: 8"-10"
Growing Medium: Grows in free air
Product Weight: 50 grams.
Other Name(s): Tillandsia/ Air Plant Spanish Moss
Type: Indoor Plant
Sunlight Requirements: Thrives indoor when placed in indirect bright sunlight.
Watering: Once in 7 days spray on the leaves of the air plant
Fertilising: Spray NPK based fertiliser once in 30 days to keep maintain the fresh and healthy plant.
Pruning: No pruning required. Baby shoots can often be found near the mother plant. They can be separated carefully without affecting the roots.
Know your plant
Air Plants are one of the most unique species of plants. They grow without any growing medium with just air sufficient for them to grow.
The Spanish moss is a cluster of string like air plants that flow to the bottom.
Watering: Make sure you water the plant only when required. Do not let the plant to dry.
Sunlight: Make sure the plant gets adequate bright indirect light, but not direct sunlight.
Common Problems and Solutions:
Rot: This happens when the plant is overwatered. The plant rots when it is watered in excess or when the roots are exposed to water for a prolonged time. Make sure the air plant doesn’t soak in water for a long time.
Crispy Leaves: When the plant is exposed to direct sunlight the heat burns the leaves and they turn crispy and brown in colour. Make sure the plant is placed in shade/ indoor where it gets only bright indirect sunlight and not direct sunlight. The other reason is when the air plant is under watered.
HAPPY PLANT PARENTING!!
Disclaimer: Actual plant may have slight variations from what is shown in the image since each individual plant has its own appearance.