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Nearly Natural
$249.46 $163.81

Not for outdoor use. Incredible realistic look and feel. Create your own tropical oasis. Sits in a delightful wicker basket. Inclu...ded container size: 12 in. W X 10.75 in. H32 in. W X 32 in. D X 62 in. H (24lbs). Transform your dull office into a jungle... read more

Generic
$109.49 $30.62

The realistic-looking Ivy with White Wash Artificial Silk Plant is designed to add color and beauty to your home or office. Featur...es of this Planter Outdoor Artificial Plant includes faux fresh-looking green ivy and an old-world look with a whitewash... read more

Asstd National Brand
$230.00

This lovely Spathiphyllum soil plant will provide any location with a sense of proud beauty for years to come. features full leave...s and subtle flowers for indoor or outdoor use measures 40x40x57"H polyester/plastic/iron/wood/PVC leather wipe clean with... read more

Asstd National Brand
$90.00

Create a regal environment in your home or office with this lovely silk Silver King plant. slender stems adorned with glossy decor...atively patterned leaves includes a cherry wood vase filled with moss for indoor or outdoor use 26x26x29"H... read more

CC Home Furnishings
$24.50

Add a Southwestern touch to your home with our life-like artificial mixed succulent plant gardenComes on an base of faux soil and ...rocks made to look like these succulents came straight from natureRecommended for indoor use only - if using outdoors... read more

CC Home Furnishings
$24.50

Add a Southwestern touch to your home with our life-like artificial mixed succulent plant gardenComes on an base of faux soil and ...rocks made to look like these succulents came straight from natureRecommended for indoor use only - if using outdoors... read more

Nearly Natural
$97.49

Add a natural accent to your home decor without all the upkeep and watering Natural-looking 'Florida Ruffles' silk plant is a popu...lar favorite among ferns Decorative accessory is perfect for indoor or outdoor use Known for its full thick foliage... read more

Nearly Natural
$58.99

Beautify your home with this yellow geranium bouquet. This flower arrangement includes a UV-resistant metal planter, making it sui...table for outdoor or indoor use. The handcrafted arrangement and neutral color scheme adds character to your home. Vase... read more

Proven Winners
$16.99

Beyond Midnight Bluebeard from Proven Winners has dark, glossy foliage and rich blue flowers in a compact habit. It attracts bees,... butterflies, and hummingbirds. It is also deer resistant. read more

KaBloom
$32.58

Includes: 3 Blue Irises, 3 Yellow Solidago Asters, 3 Lemon Leaf Greens, 3 Yellow Sunflowers, 3 Blue Delphiniums, and Clear-Colored... Cylinder Vase Free shipping on all orders. Get Free Next-Day Delivery for orders placed prior to 9AM EST, Monday through Thursday. Orders placed between 9 AM EST Thursday and 9AM EST Saturday will be delivered the following Monday. Orders placed after 9AM EST Saturday through 9AM the following Monday, ship on that Monday. Your fresh cut flower bouquet is shipped from the farm in bud form for optimal vase life and will arrive in a specially designed protective box with your personalized message and flower care card. We take pride in our 7-Day Freshness Guarantee, ensuring that we use only the highest quality flowers, fresh from the farm, that will arrive at your door both well hydrated and in perfect condition. Your fresh cut bouquet will remain constantly hydrated during the shipping process thanks to KaBloom's patented Bloom20 technology which seals flowers in 12 ounces of water read more

Burpee
$14.95

Here, before your eyes, is the first and only spreading petunia with true azure blooms. This old-fashioned charmer in a stunning n...ew color rolls out a low-growing carpet of sky-blue 3" flowers all summer;a sea of tranquility for a sunny spot. read more

Burpee
$12.95

Fama Deep Blue's gorgeous lavender blooms just won't quit. The lilac-hued, nearly 4" double flowers on 12" stems blithely float ab...ove the dense silver-blue foliage. Exceptional as cut flowers. Prolific flowering begins in midsummer, and, if deadheaded, the flowers bloom on into fall. Easy, low-maintenance, high impact. read more

Hinterland Trading
$25.88 $23.83

Air Plant (Argentea) is an example of the great variety that can be found in the Tillandsia family and is an essential for any col...lection. The bulk of the plant is a small ball structure that grows hair like leaves in a sphere around it. When it blooms these leaves will thicken at the top and eventually form a tube that will extend 3 to 4 inches over the base. This tube structure will produce a flower with a spectacular red bud with blue and yellow flowers. This plant ship between 4 and 5 inches and will double in height as the blooming stalk forms. The Argentea 15 plant set contains: 15 plants, 8 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer, and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. read more

Hinterland Trading
$25.98

Air Plant (Scaposa Kolbii) is very similar to the Ionantha (most common Air Plant) in size and appearance. So much so that they ar...e often confused for each other. The difference is that the Ionantha normally grows into a round shape, the Scaposa tends to have more of a windswept shape. This plant ship between 2 and 3 inches and will grow taller, but not much taller. As the plant comes into bloom the silver green will give way to pink and red at the leaf tips, then it will have a pretty spectacular pink, purple, and white bloom. The Scaposa is a little hardier than the Ionantha and will forgive a few missed waterings. The Ionantha Scaposa Kolbii 15 plant set contains: 15 plants, 8 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer, and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. read more

White Flower Farm
$8.50

This purplish blue variety grows to form low mounds covered with trumpet-shaped blooms that open nonstop until hard frost without ...need of deadheading. Callie Dark Blue is particularly lovely with bright green Ipomoea batatas and blends pleasantly in planters. Deer resistant, it likes even moisture. 'Cal Darblu' PP 14,552 Calibrachoa is closely related to the Petunia. Both species were introduced to Europe from South America in the early 19th century. Calibrachoa is fast-growing and thrives in full sun, producing hundreds of small, trumpet-like flowers from spring through late fall. The plants have a low-growing, compact growth habit and are self-cleaning. For information on growing Calibrachoa, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:8-12" Height:4-8" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

Burpee
$16.95

Sunshine Blue is a cold-hardy variety that requires only 150 chill hours and is adapted for vigorous, productive growth from San D...iego in Southern California to Seattle in the Northwest. Berries are richly sweet and medium-sized and ripen mid to late season. Its upright, compact habit and blue-green foliage that turns burgundy in fall make Sunshine Blue especially decorative in pots. Tolerates high pH better than most blueberries and is self-pollinating. read more

1-800-Flowers
$59.99

Our lovely lapis blue feeder adds charm to your garden while attracting thirsty hummingbirds. Hand blown from recycled glass by sk...illed artisans so that no two are alike, it includes a rustic tin cupola for shelter, two red flowers that invite birds and holds 6 oz. of nectar to replenish their energy. A unique addition to your outdoor décor that’s both beautiful and environmentally friendly!Decorative pot de crème hummingbird feeder is hand blown by artisans in Mexico using recycled glass so that no two are exactly alikeRustic tin cupola provides shelter from rain and strong sunFeatures two red flowers that invite birds to feed; holds 6 oz. of nectarDecanter-style top for easy filling and cleaningIncludes hangtag with instructions and metal hook for hangingMeasures 7"L x 7"W x 7"H  Great for Birthday read more

Proven Winners
$19.99

Magic Show Hocus Pocus from Proven Winners produces long violet-purple wands from bright green foliage. Branched flower stems exte...nd its bloom time in summer. Hocus Pocus is salt tolerant, deer resistant, and attractive to bees and butterflies. This... read more

White Flower Farm
$9.56

'Blue Diamond' has airy panicles of soft lavender-blue flowers held well above a tuft of green foliage. Plants form tidy clumps in... the rock garden, and make an excellent filler in container plantings, too. Deer resistant.For information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:16-18" Height:10" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

Home Decorators Collection
$94.00

Our set of four Shells with Succulents is reminiscent of details in a small garden. The white and turquoise shells are made of cer...amic; they hold pretty polyester flowers and faux succulents. Set includes two white and two turquoise shell replicas with faux Easter grass and echeveria. Assembled in the USA of imported goods. read more

VAN ZYVERDEN
$14.99

One of the prettiest flowers in the garden is the Virginia Bluebells. Officially classified as Mertensia virginica, they are also ...called the Virginia cowslip. It is a perennial native to North America. You will find fields of Virginia bluebells here and there because they are a great plant for naturalizing and can grow in just about any garden. The flowers actually start out pink when in bud, but when blooming, quickly turn into a darker, richer, blue-purple hue. When planted against dense, deep greens of foundation plantings, it is a sight that is delicate and rare. read more

Hinterland Trading
$34.08 $33.82

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums and vases have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and l...ack of soil make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don't require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet too long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 "Pups", or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. read more

Hort Couture
$16.21

This fern is a wonderful plant for both indoor & outdoor use. Broad blue green fronds provide an unique look for use in an outdoor... container or as a house plant. read more

Bloom Pad
$14.63

EASY BLOOM PAD A patented, biodegradable paper pad containing flower bulbs that will change the way bulbs are planted. Bloom pads ...were developed with a new generation of gardeners in mind. These new gardeners want planting to be fast and easy. Bloom pads will reduce planting time to only 30 seconds per pad, and takes out all the guess work. The bulbs are pre-spaced and do not need to be adjusted. Simply drop the pad in the hole and enjoy the rest of your day. Bloom pads are also ideal for containers; perfect for the so-called "Urban Gardeners". read more

Nearly Natural
$52.49

Bring a little of the beauty of the outdoors inside with this Wandering Jew silk plant. Displayed in an included metal planter, th...is silk plant never needs watering, saving you time while still maintaining its fresh look. The leaves spill over the... read more

Proven Winners
$16.66

Sugar Mountain Blue from Proven Winners produces white flowers and sweet blue edible fruit in the spring. The berries are reminisc...ent of raspberries and blueberries, but easier to grow than blueberries. Plant two varieties for heavier fruit crops.... read more

Proven Winners
$19.99

Color Spires Crystal Blue from Proven Winners produces sky blue flower spikes from neatly mounded, fragrant foliage. This salvia i...s easy to grow in almost any climate in full sun. It is attractive to butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds, but resists... read more

9GreenBox
$26.99

We're selling one of this rare treasure! , The diameter of this plant is about 6"-8" tall and Ceramic POT IS 8.5" IN LENGTH & 5.5 ..." WIDE &  2" DEEP, Bonsai tree shape may very. Pot color may have slight different. read more

Proven Winners
$5.99

Surfinia Sky Blue from Proven Selections has beautiful blue-lavender flowers that bloom all season. It is fast-growing, heat toler...ant, and does not require deadheading. Its trailing habit makes it perfect for hanging baskets, window boxes, and... read more

Proven Winners
$59.99

Sugar Mountain Blue from Proven Winners produces white flowers and sweet blue edible fruit in the spring. The berries are reminisc...ent of raspberries and blueberries, but easier to grow than blueberries. Plant two varieties for heavier fruit crops.... read more

Proven Winners
$5.99

Snowstorm Blue Bubbles Bacopa from Proven Winners has double blue-lavender flowers that bloom all season with a thick, well-branch...ed habit. It has excellent summer performance, and no deadheading is necessary. Blue Bubbles is perfect for landscapes and... read more

Michigan Bulb Company
$5.99 $4.49

Eye-catching butter yellow blooms open on sturdy stems, creating a warm summer display in the garden. Easy to grow and deer resist...ant, crocosmia thrive in hot sun and gritty, well-drained soil. The flowers are a showy addition to fresh floral bouquets. read more

Hinterland Trading
$36.03

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Ocean Side Set B includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Teardrop 5 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, sand and mixed seashells to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$35.85

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Black Forest Set C includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 1 Teardrop 5 ½ inch and 1 Round 4 1/2 inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, black river pebbles, and live green moss to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$35.04 $34.50

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Black Forest Set A includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Round 4 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, black river pebbles, and live green moss to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$38.84 $35.48

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Black Forest Set B includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Teardrop 5 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, black river pebbles, and live green moss to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$36.95 $34.85

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Shell Beach Set A includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Round 4 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, and white seashells to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$26.04 $23.29

The Air Plant Sea Garden features 3 Air Plant Rubra set in three pink sea urchins (2 inches high, 3 inches wide) and an Air Plant ...Abdita set in a large Murex seashell (5 inches high, 5 inches wide). This coastal décor set is sure to brighten any space. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Some of these Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Burpee
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The absolute standard to compare all others for mildew-resistance, Blue Paradise rewards you with loads of true-blue flower heads ...all summer. The choice for creating a sea of calming color in the back border. read more

Hinterland Trading
$35.75 $34.85

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Ocean Side Set C includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 1 Teardrop 5 ½ inch and 1 Round 4 1/2 inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, sand and mixed seashells to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Burpee
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Blue Boa blows us away with super-showy super-showy, extra-large flowers, massive, larger than life 4-5 plants, and four months of... glorious color. Heat- and humidity-tolerant, high-performance plants unleash torrents of rich, purple-blue blooms on sturdy spikes, dark-purple buds 1 inch in diameter, producing stunning 5 inch flower clusters. Fragrant, vase-perfect flowers tower over the ultragreen clumping foliage. Easy to grow and easy to love. An alluring destination for insects, bees, and hummingbirds. Provides a colorful spectacle, massed in a meadow, or sun-bathing in a perennial border read more

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Silvery leaves grace tightly branched plants, topped with traditional blue spikes and make compact Provence Blue unique. Loves hot... weather and is easy to grow. read more

Hinterland Trading
$34.77 $34.76

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Starfish Set C includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 1 Teardrop 5 ½ inch and 1 Round 4 1/2 inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, a white starfish, and red moss to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$35.83 $35.62

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The River Side Set B includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Teardrop 5 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, mixed river pebbles, and live green moss to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$36.24

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Shell Beach Set B includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Teardrop 5 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, and white seashells to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Burpee
$12.95

Scabiosa columbaria Butterfly Blue produces a bounty of 2" pincushion-type flowers that attract butterflies and are insect and dis...ease resistant. Blooms from May to frost. Ideal for edging, containers or cutting and is beautiful with daylily Stella de Oro. Grow in full sun in average soil with excellent drainage, where plants can be spaced 12" apart. For continuous blooming, keep scabiosa deadheaded. read more

OnlinePlantCenter
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Part of the Wood Aster series, this deer resistant perennial has compact, mounding clumps of glossy, dark green leaves. The true b...eauty occurs in late summer when small, semi double, bluish purple, yellow centered flowers appear in profusion atop the... read more

Hinterland Trading
$36.95 $34.85

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The River Side Set A includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Round 4 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, mixed river pebbles, and live green moss to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

Hinterland Trading
$35.13

Hinterland Trading Air Plant terrariums have become extremely popular. Their charming personalities, minimal care, and lack of soi...l make them an ideal way to bring a little piece of nature into your living space and brighten any room. Their uniqueness also makes them a perfect gift that will leave a lasting impression on any lucky recipient. The Ocean Side Set A includes 2 Air Plants (Ionantha Scaposa), 2 Round 4 ½ Inch seated or hanging glass terrariums with one large opening and two smaller vent openings, a flat bottom, a loop with twine to hang, sand and mixed seashells to set the scene. Also included is a 2 oz. Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer to keep the plants vibrant and detailed care instructions. Air Plants (Tillandsia) get their common name from the fact they don’t require soil. They are epiphytes, which attach to other plants or trees for support. Their roots are only used to anchor themselves and are normally removed during cultivation for aesthetics. They are not parasitic, instead they gather micro nutrients from the air and water in structures called trichomes on their leaves. As the plant dries the trichomes take on a white powder look. After watering the plant will return to a vibrant green. Air Plants must dry fully between watering because they are susceptible to rot if left wet to long. These Air Plants will only bloom once, but after the bloom they can form up to 12 “Pups”, or offspring, at their base. The main plant will slowly be on its way out, but the Pups will continue to thrive and will separate when mature. Air Plants prefer filtered sunlight as their natural home is under tree canopy. This makes them perfect house plants. Air Plant care is pretty simple. Upon arrival give your plants a good hour or two soak in a shallow bowl of water. Our plants are shipped on the drier side to avoid rot while in transit. Place the plants root/base side up and out of the water. The base is the area susceptible to rot if left wet to long. Over the course of an hour you will see the plant fill up and turn bright green. Once it is full, take the plants out, shake them gently to remove any excess water and let them dry before placing them in the terrarium. You can mist the plants a few times a week or repeat the soaking once a week or a combination of the two. Their needs will vary with their environment, but after a few weeks you will be able to read your plant like a book. Just remember the best thing you can do for your plant is to let it dry completely between watering. Air Plants like as much filtered sunlight as they can get. Anywhere within 8 feet of a window that gets light for the better part of the day will work. If that’s not possible they can live on artificial light, but the source has to be pretty close like a desk lamp. They like sleeping as much as we do so at least 6 hours of darkness per day will work and 10 would be ideal. As tempting as it is, use your Hinterland Trading Air Plant Fertilizer sparingly. Just a few pumps every other week when watering. As a special treat you can collect rainwater for your Air Plant, the nutrients in rainwater or pond water are more abundant than in the air or tap water, but this is not necessary. read more

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Our living wreath is as eco-friendly as it is enchanting. The succulents are hand-assembled and include crassia, lichen and other ...compatible varieties that thrive with minimal watering every six to eight weeks. read more

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