Air plants are another returning 70s trend, like suede shoes. Once vintage chic, these versatile plants are enjoyed for their quirky appearance and low maintenance—and they really are easy: They don’t need soil. They rarely need to be watered. Heck it will your easy DIY garden project for Saturday. And since they only use their roots for anchoring to a surface, you can put them anywhere.
Bringing an Air Plant Home
Air plants vary from colorful, thick leaves to thin white spines. All are inexpensive. You can purchase them individually, or if you can’t make up your mind, try a variety pack. Also popular–but more costly–are the beautiful arrangements in glass containers called “aeriums.” read more