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The Tillandz with Air Plants

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Color:

Powder coat White
Powder coat Yellow
Powder coat Pink
Powder coat Orange
Powder coat Black

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YOUR PLANT OR GIFT IS GUARANTEED FOR 30 DAYS, NO QUESTIONS ASKED.

Air Plant stand illustration on desk or wall from The Sill in NYC

The Tillandz


Each Tillandz air plant holder can be use to simply display an air plant on your desk, or attached to a wall for a solo or multi-piece display. The easiest way to attach to a wall is to simply use a 3M Command Strip (link to latest coupons). For a more permanent or secure solution, there's an 1/8th inch hole in the back of each air plant holder that can accomdate more anchors/screws. You got this.

Pink Air Plant stand on wall from The Sill in LA

JUST SOME OF THE SWEET AIR PLANTS WE'LL INCLUDE:

Magnusiana

Like many air plants, the Magnusiana can actually change color, based on the intensity of light it recieves, from pink to purple. Like all air plants, Tillandsia magnusiana, are epiphytic which is a spelling bee word meaning “able to grow without soil.” Instead of using roots to absorb water and nutrients, air plants use their specialized leaves to absorb both from the air.

PLANT ORIGINS

El Salvador, Honduras and Mexico

The Plant Care

Light

Bright indirect light to medium light.

Water

Unlike your hair, air plants love high humidity! Keep them in a bathroom or kitchen, or mist them 2-3 times a week with a squirt-bottle.

Extra Love

If your leaves start to turn yellow, black or worse, they've probably recieved too much water/love. Avoid letting water rest on the air plants for extended periods of time.

Ionantha rubra

This easy to care for air plant can actually change color based on the intensity of light it recieves. Like all air plants, Tillandsia ionantha rubra, are epiphytic which is a spelling bee word meaning “able to grow without soil.” Instead of using roots to absorb water and nutrients, air plants use their specialized leaves to absorb both from the air. And typically you can find this air plant in forests around 6,000 feet above sea level.

PLANT ORIGINS

Guatemala

The Plant Care

Light

Bright indirect light to medium light.

Water

Unlike your hair, air plants love high humidity! Keep them in a bathroom or kitchen, or mist them 2-3 times a week with a squirt-bottle.

Extra Love

If your leaves are turning brown and getting crispy at edges... it's thirsty. Try dunking it in water for quick relief and then spraying it with water more regularly.

Oaxacana

A great all-around air plant that will occasionally throw off purple and pink flowers. Like all air plants, Tillandsia oaxacana, are epiphytic which is a spelling bee word meaning “able to grow without soil.” Instead of using roots to absorb water and nutrients, air plants use their specialized leaves to absorb both from the air. And typically, you can find these air plants high up in Mexican forests and in particular oak trees... either by themselves or in large clumps.

PLANT ORIGINS

Mexico

The Plant Care

Light

Bright indirect light to medium light.

Water

Unlike your hair, air plants love high humidity! Keep them in a bathroom or kitchen, or mist them 2-3 times a week with a squirt-bottle.

Extra Love

If your leaves start to turn yellow, black or worse, they've probably recieved too much water/love. Avoid letting water rest on the air plants for extended periods of time.

Ionantha scaposa

This shorty can actually change color based on the intensity of light it recieves. Like all air plants, Tillandsia ionantha scaposa, are epiphytic which is a spelling bee word meaning “able to grow without soil.” Instead of using roots to absorb water and nutrients, air plants use their specialized leaves to absorb both from the air. And typically you can find this air plant in forests around 6,000 feet above sea level.

PLANT ORIGINS

Guatemala

The Plant Care

Light

Bright indirect light to medium light.

Water

Unlike your hair, air plants love high humidity! Keep them in a bathroom or kitchen, or mist them 2-3 times a week with a squirt-bottle.

Extra Love

If your leaves are turning brown and getting crispy at edges... it's thirsty. Try dunking it in water for quick relief and then spraying it with water more regularly.

Pseudobaileyi

This is one of our favorite odd looking air plants and was voted most likely to be an extra in an Alien movie. Like all air plants, Tillandsia pseudobaileyi, are epiphytic which is a spelling bee word meaning “able to grow without soil.” Instead of using roots to absorb water and nutrients, air plants use their specialized leaves to absorb both from the air. And typically air plants also grow high up in trees either by themselves or in large clumps.

PLANT ORIGINS

El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, and Nicaragua

The Plant Care

Light

Bright indirect light to medium light.

Water

Unlike your hair, air plants love high humidity! Keep them in a bathroom or kitchen, or mist them 2-3 times a week with a squirt-bottle.

Extra Love

If your leaves start to turn yellow, black or worse, they've probably recieved too much water/love. Avoid letting water rest on the air plants for extended periods of time.