AIR PLANT ASSORTED
Airplants true name are Tillandsia. The reason why they are nicknamed "Air Plants" is because they get the majority of their nutrients from the air around them.
These low-maintenance plants are the perfect little companions for home, work or school. They require very little up-keep, and are a nice green addition to brighten any setting regardless of the season. You can also find a plant that perfectly matches how much light they will receive.
You should water in accordance to the weather. Mist and soak more often if it is hot and dry, and less often when it is cold, dark or damp.
Generally, the best way to care for them is to have a 30 minute soak once a week in summer time. And once every other week for 30 minutes in the winter time.
As always, allow them to dry completely before placing them back into their home, to avoid mold.
It is natural for the smaller bottom leaves of your air plant to dry up while in transit. It is also okay to remove them, as long as you are gentle with the plant while you do so.