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Air Plants

Air Plants

Air Plants take in moisture and food through their foliage, therefore they never need to be planted in soil. To care for them, mist 2-3 times a week or douse in water and let drain and fertilize once a month in winter months with ¼ the rate of miracle grow. They like bright, indirect light. Air Plants are indigenous to North and South America.

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