Air Plants: The Curious World of Tillandsias
Author: Zenaida Sengo
Publisher: Timber Press
Number of Pages: 224
Fuzzy, spiky, and spectacular -- air plants are living, blooming sculptures.
Air plants don't need soil, so you can dangle and perch these easy-care plants almost anywhere. Use tillandsias in craft with shells, rocks, slate, or driftwood to display in your favorite nook. Or try your hand at creating a vertical garden, a terrarium in a flask, or any of the other stylish projects featured in this book.
Despite their well-deserved reputation for being low-maintenance, air plants in the home cannot survive on air alone. Tillandsia expert and artist Zenaida Sengo explains all the basics of growing and maintaining these intriguing plants so that they bloom and thrive year-round.
Table of Contents:
- Foreword, by Flora Grubb
- A Tillandsia Primer
- Understanding Air Plants
- Caring for Air Plants
- Choosing Your Favorites
- Tilllandsias on Display
- Design and Decorate with Tillandsias
- Metric Conversions
- Suggestions for Further Reading