Clay pot, who?
There’s a reason why air plants—also known as Tillandsia—are one of the most popular indoor plant species. For one, there are nearly 500 different varieties of this flowering perennial, boasting a range of exotic shapes and vibrant colors. They’re also durable, adaptable, and require no soil to grow (you heard that right), making them the perfect option for the low-maintenance plant-lover. Air plants sustain themselves on moisture from the air, and naturally grow off of tree branches, rocks, or other plants. So if watering that succulent every two weeks proved to be a bit too ambitious, the air plant is for you.
Because of the air plant's minimal root system, you can display them in a wonderful assortment of holders, from traditional pots to macrame hangers. Scroll below for 14 of our favorite ways to display the almighty air plant.
MARCIE: OMG - Get these politicians off the air and out of the media. Just because you have a doctorate doesn't mean you are a medical experts. Just because you can read a report guided by data, doesn't give you authority to make live-saving medical recommendations. I, too, have a doctorate and can consider myself expert in reading and interpreting data - but certainly NOT to the extent that I, or anyone else meeting the same educational criteria as Navarro, should be contradicting the medical doctors and medical research scientists. Our politicians should be paying attention to passing and implementing supportive legislation and leave the medical expertise to the those with that specific experience and education.