Why airplants don't need much water?

Many of you still ask me why airplants don't need much water to survive. It's quiet unusual for most of the plants as we know them.. All the secret is hidden in airplants porous leaves! 

Tilandsia's breath the water and the nutritious via the leaves so if you travel and you are unable to water them they will kind of take care of themselves :) 

However please don't forget that we don't have a level of humidity that you usually find in the jungle and once you are back from your travels airplants will be more then thankful for 30 min bath and more regular water spraying ( 1-2 per week ). Convince to give them a try ? check how beautiful they can look in your apartment.




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Cactus Love - Simple Care Tips!

How exciting ! We finally have some beautiful cactuses in our store! I am totally in love with the bright colours. It’s like having plenty of long lasting flowers in my room that I don’t have to water too much:)

So what do you need to know to start your cactus adventure  few lines on how to take care of cactuses:


Cactuses are easy plants and will definitely survive the periods of drought .. in your apartment :) but if you want them to thrive and grow you would have to water them once per week especially during their growth period between Spring - Fall. Make sure you soak the plant properly so that water runs out of the 'drainage holes' of the pots.


Bright light yes, but not all can tolerate intense, direct sunlight, especially in conjunction with high temperatures.


During the growing season, a balanced fertilizer, which has been diluted to 1/4 strength, can be added to the water for each watering.

As you can see It’s pretty simple and will beautifully transform your indoor space. Check out our selection:)

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Did you water your airplants this week?

Plants watering is a sensitive subject .. main reason why people decide not to invest in plants at all. We tend to forget about it, we don't know how much water is needed etc. On other hand, having an interior filled with plants is so relaxing and beautiful that it would be silly to give up on the idea!

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Etairnity airplants holders in stylish blogger’s houses!

Judith chose to hang the Tillandsia Usneoidus and Tillandsia Caput Medusa in Etairnity Spheres which made a perfect addition to her full of daily light space below the impressive staircase! 

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