|Our Product Code||TIL|
|Sold in Liners of 100|
|Price Per Plug:||52¢|
|Total Per Tray:||$52.00|
Tillandsia (also called Air Plants) are highly versatile unrooted plants that can be attached to almost anything using a water-soluble glue. Larger plants can be supported by fishing line or thin thread. Tillandsia are perfect for crafty business owners who enjoy making something small and beautiful to put near the cash register for impulse sales. They can also be sold in bulk as bare-root plants, which allows customers the freedom to create their own plant designs.
TILLANDSIA DO NOT REQUIRE SOIL
Please disregard any instructions on this page involving planting in soil or using fertilizer. These are automatically generated parts of our page that apply to every other plant except Tillandsia. All other advice, including "Planting Tillandsia," does apply.
Use a spritz bottle to mist Tillandsia 1-2 times per week (more often when the weather is hot or dry). Do not let the plant completely dry out, or it will get brittle and will not survive, but take note that Tillandsia cannot survive in standing water. The symptom of a dehydrated Tillandsia is a curling of the concave leaves. Commercial fertilizers are usually too strong from Tillandsia, but you can cut your normal water-soluble ratios to 1/4 dilution and mist them twice a month.
Tillandsia do not require pinching.
Space your Tillandsia as needed based on their size. Give them enough space for air to move between them and dry them out between mistings.
Plant growth regulators are not necessary.
Tillandsia have no real pest problems.
Tillandsia are not prone to many diseases, but don't overwater them. They cannot survive in standing water, and they need to be in a well-ventilated area so that the fresh air can dry them out. This will prevent any fungus growth and a healthier plant.
|Crop 1 - Available beginning:|
|07-16-2018 (Week 29)||200|