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Indoor Plant Care

Complete Your Indoor Garden With Indoor Plants

We feature foliage and flowers for both beginner and advanced indoor garden enthusiasts, that are designed to fit in nearly any indoor space, including within cramped apartments, spacious homes, business offices, cafes, restaurants, or any other enclosed space.

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TILLANDSIAS (BROMELIADS) AIR PLANTS

CARE INSTRUCTIONS.

  • Tillandsias air plants require bright indirect light.
  • Temperatures of <85° – 90°F
  • Requires little air flow
  • Spray 3-4 times a week or 15 minutes water soaked for every 2 weeks. (do not soak flowered air plants)
  • Shake water off to avoid rot.
 

Fertilizer is not really required. However, if you prefer to fertilize, do so once or twice a month.

Contact Us To learn how we can design a vertical garden for your home, building, office, or public space.
 

A TERRARIUM? WHAT’S THAT?

Thursday, February 11, 2016 3:25:08 AM Asia/Dubai

    You walk into a room. It is beautiful, elegant, tranquil. Then you notice: there is a miniature garden in a glass bowl resting on the table. Inside the glass, there is a tiny world of ferns or succulents, a fantasy of colors and shapes. Welcome to the world of terrariums!

    A terrarium is a tiny indoor garden in glass, where perfect growing conditions can be maintained in a miniature natural environment. The first terrarium was accidentally invented by Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward in 1842. He was observing insect life under glass and discovered that plants would grow in those conditions, too. He used what he called “War

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