Native to Subtropical regions including Florida, South America and Chile, this is the most widely found air plant in the wild. Spanish moss, also known as Old man's beard is a true epiphyte and grows densely in treetops in delicate swathes up to a length of six meters. This simple and ethereal air plant looks striking styled in feathery bundles, and works well trailing from a hook, curtain pole or placed in a hanging plant over a windowsill or bookshelf.
Sunlight: bright or shady environments, but does not like direct sunlight.
Water: Since its leaves are so thin, Spanish moss is prone to dehydration and prefers to be in a place with high humidity. To keep it healthy, mist it regularly, as much as once every day in the warmest months, and soak it once a week
Fertiliser: Feed with a little orchid fertilizer mixed in a misting bottle during the spring and summer months to encourage flowering.
Avoid moving the plant once acclimatised, as it will not respond well to sudden changes in its living conditions.
* Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant colour, type, size and arrangement may differ from photo.
*Kindly take note when you're purchasing matching pot, the diameter has to be larger than the rootball size.