Category Archives: Indoor Plant Designs

Indoor gardens, decorating your business or home with tropical plants that will last and clean your air.
Provide professional services to interior designers, when their clients request plants for their home and business.

Christmas 2018

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Add air plants to your Christmas tree and give them as gifts.

You can see and purchase your air plants, terrariums, and other plant designs at the Andersonville Galleria  https://andersonvillegalleria.com/

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Light for your air plants: Bright or filtered sunlight, they can handle the sun in winter or if they have silver foliage.

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Tillandsia Juncea

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Watering your air plants: Mist plants twice a week, if very dry, then mist three times a week.

Plants can be soaked for an hour to over night in water if very dry also, or if you will be gone for a week, with no one to mist them.

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Air Plants attached to grapevine logs show them off as you would find them in trees.

 

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Air plant ornaments look great in a Christmas Tree.

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A Tillandsia Christmas

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Living air plants look beautiful in ornaments on your tree and later hanging in your window or resting under a lamp at work or in your home.

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Care of your air plant is easy, no direct sunlight, just bright light. Water your air plant by misting once or twice a week.

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An air plant in a teardrop hanging glass with natural decor.

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Have some fun and add your own Christmas Decorations

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Adding air plants to your Christmas Tree can be fun and add a special touch to your tree.

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An ornament with a bottle of living moss.

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An ornament with a succulent growing inside.

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No interior design is complete until the perfect containers and plants are found.

 

Air Plants easy to care for and enjoy

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No interior design is complete until the perfect containers and plants are found.

www.andersonvillegalleria.com

At the Andersonville Galleria, you can see and purchase these and many other items as well.

Air plant resting on blue glass in a hanging glass globe,
Air plant resting on blue glass in a hanging glass globe, with a small new plant growing from the base.

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Air plants arranged onto a grape vine log.
Air plants arranged onto a grapevine log.
Two air plants attached to the top of a grape vine log.
Two air plants attached to the top of a grapevine log.
Hanging glass globe with air plants growing on a log.
Hanging glass globe with air plants growing on a log.
A glass globe with a grape vine log and two air plants.
A glass globe with a grapevine log and two air plants.

All easy to care for. Place in a north window or filtered indirect sunlight. Watering, is just misting the plants one to two times a week.

Just enjoy having plants in your life.

Hanging Terrariums

This November 11, 2016, Andersonville Galleria is having a 9 year Anniversary party 6pm – 10pm, I hope to see you there.

Andersonville Galleria is where you can see my work and purchase them as well.

http://www.andersonvillegalleria.com

Baby Air Plant
Baby Air Plant
Use of Marbles in Terrarium
Use of Marbles in Terrarium
Use of Marbles in Terrarium
Use of Marbles in Terrarium for decor
Use of Fittonia, Fig, & Air Plant
Use of Fittonia, Fig, & Air Plant
Hanging Teardrop
Hanging Teardrop with Air Plants
Air Plants up close
Air Plants up close
Hanging Terrarium
Hanging Terrarium

Air plants are very easy, only needing a once a week misting, and only bright light avoiding direct sunlight.

 

Plants used in Terrariums

 

Flower of Stricta in hanging
Flower of Stricta, an Air Plant in hanging glass globe
Starting young plants of: Maidenhair fern Adiantum, Baby's tears, Fittonia, Creeping moss
Starting young plants of: Maidenhair fern Adiantum, Baby’s tears, Fittonia, Creeping moss
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Looking into the Jar at Chamaedorea elegans  Parlor palm, Creeping fig, & Baby’s tears
Alsobia dianthfora Creeping Epicea
Alsobia dianthfora Creeping Episcia
Pink Fittonia Nerve Plant
Pink Fittonia Nerve Plant
Helxine soleirlii Baby's tears
Helxine soleirlii   Baby’s tears

 

Assorted Echeveria
Assorted Echeveria

 

 

White Fittonia Nerve Plant
White Fittonia Nerve Plant

 

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Begonia angelwing and Ficus repens Creeping fig

 

Selaginella kraussiana Trailing Irish moss
Selaginella kraussiana Trailing Irish moss
Peperomia
Peperomia