Air Plant Weekend – 16th & 17th March

Plants make people happy, and if there was a prize for the group of plants to bring the biggest smiles, then air plants would definitely be leading contenders!

Join our expert Houseplant team in-store on Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th March, where they will be showcasing our wonderful collection of air plants, demonstrating how best to style and display them, and offering care advice and information on these incredible plants.

No need to book for this event – just pop by to our Houseplant department and our dedicated team will be there to inspire and inform!

 

Whether you are new to air plants and just want to know more about them and where to start, or you’re an experienced grower and want to add to your collection – this is an opportunity to speak with our knowledgeable team, ask any questions you may have and purchase from our collection. There will be something to suit all tastes and interior styles including; urban, contemporary, and coastal, as well as those that are perfect for children.

  

Air plants make great gifts – they are the modern alternative to a bouquet of flowers!

————————————————————————

Air plants are popular with interior designers because they are a great houseplant choice for the home, they make a real statement and are unlike any other plants in the way they look and act. Their unique shapes, colours and textures bring a tropical feel to any space and they can survive without soil and with very little water which makes them fun and fascinating to people old and young.

Fact about Air plants:

–  Native to southern parts of the United States, Mexico, Central and South America they can survive in some of the most difficult environments in the world from dry deserts to humid rain forests and harsh mountain regions.

– They are ‘epiphytes’, which means in their natural habitat they live on the surface of other plants and take in water and nutrients from the air through their leaves.

– In some countries they can be found living on telegraph poles, but they are just as happy to live on nothing!

– Contrary to popular belief – they are one of the easiest plant groups to look after.

– Unlike nearly all other plants that photosynthesise during the day, air plants photosynthesise at nighttime – releasing oxygen and moisture, making them ideal plants for the bedroom where they could aid a better nights sleep.