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Hinterland Trading
$35.87 $35.75

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
$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

Burpee
$19.95

In midsummer, large, lacy heads of hydrangea-like flowers form along this cultivar's self-adhering stems, offering a moonlit displ...ay. With lovely pewter mottling on each heart-shaped leaf, this rarity is perfect for illuminating shadowy, difficult sites. Easily covers walls on the north side of the home or trunks of large trees. read more

Burpee
$11.95

Native to Mexico and extinct in the wild, Cosmos atrosanguineus is a low-maintenance plant that can stand drought and heat. Treat ...it as an annual, except for Zones 10-11, where it can bloom practically all year. Used as fillers in mixed containers, the ferny foliage blends easily with other annuals. read more

Seed Needs: Vegetables
$3.65

Grow a garden filled with Black Beauty Zucchini Squash, from freshly harvested Cucurbita pepo seeds. Black Beauty Zucchini is an h...eirloom Summer Squash that produces 6 to 8 inch long fruits. The outer skin is a dark green almost black color, with a... read more

The Dirty Gardener
$19.99

A very prolific, bush-type variety of high quality. It is slender, round, club-shaped. Delicate lemon cream color at edible stage ...turning golden yellow when mature. 50 days to harvest. All American Selection, 1938. Heirloom Variety. Harvest when fruits... read more

Flower House
$69.00 $47.86

FlowerHouse Plant Tower X-Up is designed for easy set up and take down. A great way to get your flowers and plants growing. The Pl...ant Tower X-Up offers lots of room to hold your plants, and can be set up quickly. It also folds down for compact storage when not in use. Save big now! You also get: Clear greenhouse cover for maximum heat and light for plants; X-Up shelves lift and lock in place; Sets up on soil or hard surfaces. FlowerHouse Plant Tower X-Up read more

Nearly Natural
$52.99

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

Hirt's Gardens
$9.99

Among the most exciting plants in the world are the Medinilla. With tropical foliage and stunning flowering clusters of pink aband...on, the Medinilla is a show stopper, suitable for zone 10 outdoors, but surprisingly easy as a houseplant, anywhere.... read more

Nearly Natural
$89.00

Think green, no matter what the weather is outside. That's how you'll feel when you gaze upon this stunning Schefflera tree. With ...a stout trunk that projects an aura of strength, this tree makes the perfect piece to adorn an entrance way. The trunk... read more

Generic
$269.49 $81.24

Bring the outdoors inside with this Ficus Silk Tree. The artificial ficus tree features 780 colorful emerald leaves to make it loo...k real to visitors. The multiple trunks on this ficus bushy artificial silk tree are a focal point. When you want a touch... read more

9GreenBox
$8.99

Maypop tolerates drought well and is common in old fields and along forest margins. Dies back to ground in winter but recovers in ...spring. Propagation: Seeds, cuttings. Grow maypop vines on fences or trellises or allow it to scramble over shrubs and trees. read more

Delray Plants
$18.72

The Delray Plants ZZ Plant is an interesting addition to any interiors cape. Its unique growing patterns creates a bit of living a...rt, perfect for all homes or offices. Indoor foliage plants are one of the most sensible decisions one can make for home... read more

Generic
$289.49 $80.57

This Bamboo Silk Palm Tree is ideal for decorating your home with tropical flair. Bring the outdoors in with this 6' silk tree tha...t you will never have to worry about watering; its 776 leaves will remain green forever. Constructed of polyester, plastic... read more

Generic
$309.49 $111.99

Bring the great outdoors inside with the 5' Kentia Palm Silk Tree. Made of polyester material and plastic, this plastic tree captu...res the essence and beauty of a real palm tree without all the hard work required to actually maintain one. This home... read more

9GreenBox
$22.19 $19.99

Ocean is a new spider plant with more white in the leaves and white flowers on long stems that seem to dance in the air. Spider pl...ants make excellent house plants or indoor plants as they are not only such easy-growing plants but have beneficial properties in cleansing the air of pollutants, especially formaldehyde and carbon monoxide. As it tolerates artificial lighting very well and has air purifying abilities, it's most ideal in office environment where electronic pollutants are emitted. Requires bright light or filtered sunlight for best growth and vibrant leaf colors. Never locate spider plants in full sun that will scorch their foliage. Remove yellow or dried leaves to keep it tidy. Fertilize sparingly as excess nutrients can retard its ability to produce more plantlets. read more

Hinterland Trading
$38.84 $34.77

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

Burpee
$16.95

Passion fruit exhales a rich, sensuous fragrance, a tropical; lange of fruit and flowery notes. The egg-sized fruits' musky, tart,... juicy pulp can be savored raw or used to make juices, ices and sauces. The vigorous ornamental vine with showy flowers, rapidly grows to 10-20 ft. and will meander along fences and trees. The maypop is one of the hardiest passion flowers and will overwinter, dying back to the ground and popping back to life the following season (hence "May pop"). read more

Hinterland Trading
$38.84 $35.79

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
$34.52

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

Nearly Natural
$69.95

Looking for a decoration that’s soft, beautiful, and timeless? Then look no further than this beautiful magnolia wreath. Lovely gr...eens (complete with “berries and buds”) twist and turn, creating the ideal backdrop for the billowy white blooms that spring forth. This makes for a perfect wall accent year round’, and also makes an ideal gift for that hard to buy for person. Features:Color: Green read more

Burpee
$11.95

Floating above bronze-green foliage, Bolero s wand-like 16-18 tall rose-blue spikes offer summerlong enchantment of delicious colo...r, graceful form and beguiling licorice fragrance. Midsummer, the densely flowering, compact plants are a favorite rendezvous for local bees, butterflies and hummingbirds on a quest for nectar. An outstanding performer, Bolero s easy to manage, pest-resistant and drought-tolerant. Well-suited for a sunny border, or for edging a driveway. Thrives in full sun, well-drained soil. read more

Burpee
$10.95

This first F1 hybrid Rudbeckia boasts more blooms than we have ever seen on a single specimen. Sturdy plants produce loads of bran...ches, tightly lined with deep green leaves and topped with petal-packed 3" blossoms in rich golden yellow. A significant improvement over other Rudbeckias in susceptibility to powdery mildew means the non-stop show lasts even longer in the garden bed. Try a large drift for an unbelievable mass of pure color. 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

Hinterland Trading
$39.07 $36.95

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

Hinterland Trading
$36.95

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

Aquatic Arts
$25.38 $25.24

Add natural beauty to your home or office with air plants! These indoor plants don't need soil to grow, so they can flourish in ma...ny different environments. Additionally, they require only a moderate amount of light and only need watering about once a week, making them the lowest-maintenance plants available! What separates these unique plants from other plants are their leaves, which have adapted to absorb water and nutrients from the air. This allows air plants to thrive when they are suspended in the air or grown atop driftwood and rocks. Air plants are perfect for terrariums, cages, and glass containers with holes or gaps that allow for plenty of air flow. There are a myriad of other creative ways to display air plants; the possibilities are limited only by your imagination! Air plants look especially beautiful when set atop river stones, natural-colored gravel, or driftwood. Air plants make excellent gifts for house-warming or other occasions. They are also work wonderfully as desktop decorations for your office or home desk. We recommend keeping air plants in an area where they receive a moderate amount of light. Indirect sunlight and artificial home/office lighting are appropriate for these plants. It's generally safe to keep air plants in direct sunlight for a short period of time each day, but we recommend misting them with water every 2 hours or so to keep them from drying out. The optimal way to water air plants is to soak them in water for 2 hours once per week. If you find the leaves of your air plants are becoming soft or pale in color, this means the plant is too dry, and you should try misting or watering them more often. Air plants come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, though most species primarily feature green leaves. Many of our air plants also exhibit stunning pink blooms. Each air plant ranges from 2 to 6 inches in size. The plants you receive may or may not already have blooms. read more

Burpee
$24.95

Bright, luscious color splashes across every leaf of our exclusive new coleus, adding high contrast color to the partially shaded ...spots in the garden. Watermelon pink fills the leaf center as veins of magenta reach out into a lime green edge. A luminous display equally at home in beds or containers. read more

Asstd National Brand
$340.00

Perfect for a foyer or outdoor entrance way, this Cedar Spiral tree will add that perfect touch of traditional colonial elegance t...o any in area in your home. plastic wipe clean imported read more

Burpee
$10.95

Flower-tone is a premium flower food that is low in nitrogen and higher in phosphorous and potassium to maintain good plant growth... and promote blooms rather than heavy foliage. Flower-tone provides safe, long lasting food reservoir activated throughout the growing season. Amend the top 4-5 inches of soil with compost. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons of Flower-tone over the soil-covered seed. read more

Burpee
$13.95

Unbeatable for a riot of color in the fall garden. The quilled petals, golden yellow with red tips, sparkle like matchsticks. Neat..., tightly branched clumps are upright but do not need staking. Easy to grow in the border, with other fall bloomers like asters and sedums. Fits well in patio pots for fall decor. read more

Burpee
$10.95

Fama White's perfectly white 3-4", "pincushion" flowers embellish tall sturdy stems, floating serenely 20" above the silvery-blue ...foliage. Great in vases. Deadhead to keep the flowers blooming. Very hardy. read more

Burpee
$11.95

The lovely native cardinal flower forms brilliant spikes in incandescent scarlet-red. Large, lovely bird-like florets cover 36" ta...ll spikes like butterfly wings. read more

Hinterland Trading
$35.04

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

Nearly Natural
$68.99 $56.99

Treasure the beauty of this highly detailed Cedar bonsai. With soft leaves and a partially-exposed root system, this captivating t...wo foot tall tree is sure to catch your eye. Situated in a rectangular shaped planter filled with artificial dirt, it's the ideal size for an office or small living space. Both friends and family will be delighted to receive this enchanting tree as a gift for any occasion. read more

Nearly Natural
$57.99 $50.59

At 16 inches tall, this Cedar bonsai adds a soft touch of elegance to any room. Both the delicately crafted leaf pattern and the c...arefully designed branches make this tree a popular gift item for any occasion. Encased in a circular container filled with artificial soil, this bonsai tree provides a sense of peace and tranquility to your home or office area. 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

Asstd National Brand
$270.00

The multi-baumbusa bamboo silk tree is sure to take stage in any room. thousands of airy bamboo leaves dangle from multiple natura...l stalks suitable for any home dcor style perfect for sunrooms, solariums and even the office for indoor or outdoor use... read more

Burpee
$10.95

Exceptional color in the common periwinkle. Broad bands of golden yellow leaves are edged deep green, illuminating shady spots in ...the garden. Sky blue flowers dot the carpet from spring to fall. Best in part shade, sheltered from extreme heat and humidity. Superb in containers, borders, and drift beds. U.S. Plant Patent #12,132. read more

Burpee
$14.95

Large, dark wine red berries ripen from July to September. Widely grown in Oregon and Washington, it is a vigorous, trailing plant... that is thornless and easy to grow. A favorite for making syrup, preserves and desserts. read more

Burpee
$16.95

In early summer along the Atlantic coast, from Maine south to Maryland, hardy gourmets head to the shore to collect the wild beach... plums growing in the dunes. Eaten directly from the plant, they are tart but ripen to a very sweet flavor; the stuff of gourmet jellies and jams. As an ornamental plan, beach plums with their lovely white flowers are now the talk of the town and are prized for their many uses in fashionable desserts. read more

Hinterland Trading
$28.81 $27.90

This set features 3 unique handmade ceramic vases (Red, Blue, and speckled Beige) with three different Air Plants (Ionantha , Capu...t Madusae, Juncea). The vase and plants measure 9, 6, and 4 inches respectively. The variation of color, shape, and plants make them the perfect desk, shelf, or widow sill adornment. 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
$10.95

Sizzling color for your hot, dry problem areas. Lustrous, ruby red, succulent foliage opens with a hint of mint green on compact, ...low growing, upright plants that are multi branched from a single stem. In late summer intense, hot pink flower clusters bloom on cherry red stems and last for weeks. Use the vigorous, drought tolerant plants as a dramatic edger, in containers, as a perennial groundcover, to attract butterflies to your garden. Thrives on neglect in average to poor soils. read more

Burpee
$16.95

This ravishing plant produces a show of elaborate white spring flowers, with masses of delectable and nutritious black fruit arriv...ing in fall. A delicious addition to a border, aronia is a tough and durable plant that thrives in a wide range of soils. Fruits are loaded with vitamin C and phenolic substances, mainly anthocyanins. 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

ALEKO
$50.15

ALEKO 42" 4 Artificial White Plant Calla Flowers: Lifelike artificial plant Decorate your home, inside or outside, with this beaut...iful piece guaranteed to brighten up any space Enjoy the beauty of nature with a plant that remains looking fresh year... read more

Jeco Inc.
$26.99

JECO1492 Features Product may ship compressed - Primping of branches or leaves may be required to match the image shown Product Ty...pe: Plant Plant Type: Succulent Orientation: Floor Base Included: Yes Plant Color: Green Base Material: Ceramic Base... read more

Dalmarko Designs
$74.99

DALD1441 Features Succulents in white ceramic cube Orientation: Desktop Plant color: Green Product may ship compressed - Primping ...of branches or leaves may be required to match the image shown Product Type: Plant Plant Type: Succulent Orientation:... read more

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