We like to think of Tillandsia - or a more common name - air plants as living sculptures with amazing and unordinary forms. While diversity is not unknown amongst exotic plants, Tillandsia includes more than 700 species, usually having sub-variations. It gives not only us but also for the customer plenty of choices. After a little get-to-know, one can easily end up with some favorites. We can decide not only by the look, colour, and appearance but also by the needs of the plant - something that is preferably in harmony with individual lifestyles and routines. If you decide to have an air plant terrarium - a new colorful spot in your home - it makes more sense if the plant meets your expectations.

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Air plant care during holiday

Soaking tips


Trimming tips for air plants

The offsprings

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Air plant care during winter

We offer both rare and popular species, and we are constantly looking for additional exciting and beautiful species still on. In 2016 we have established our micro-greenhouse where we raise a lot of Tillandsia day by day. This effort is already fruitful: a lot of own baby-plants have sprouted out since and keep growing and growing from the sides of their mothers.

Air plants are different by the need of caring they require. According to their needs Tillandsia divides to two group: the xeric and the non-xeric types. This assortment shows also the origin of the plant. The xeric types come from the desert or rocky areas and they have a lower need for water, for example Tillandsia tectorum, argentea, caput medusae, just to mention a few from our selection. The non-xeric types come usually from the rainforests and they might have a need for more frequent watering by misting or soaking, like Tillandsia brachycaulos, kolbii or ionantha red.


Air plants do have a need for care in our living spaces - they cannot live only on air without water and light!

They belong to the family of Bromeliaceae - so it happens that they are relatives with pineapple!

Tillandsia bloom usually in the springtime or during autumn. Be patient if it is not blooming on the next spring/autumn. It may need a little bit more time, but it doesn’t mean you do something wrong.

They cannot survive in a closed surface without any ventilation and they need air for living - that’s why they called air plants. For example, a closed glass terrarium without mouth or a jewellery, inside with an air plant is not a right home for these plants, even if you can buy this kind of combination - don’t.

Air plants are non-toxic to children and pets. Still, please don't let them to eat your air plants!