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AIR PLANTS – Air plants is a famous flowering home plant decor because it doesn’t requires much attention in growing. Unfortunately, air plants only bloom flowers once in their life time. Native in the forests, mountains and deserts normally found in Central and South America.
GROWING AN AIRPLANT – Air Plant, actually don’t need soil to grow. But, even they don’t require soil for their growth they will still need water, water your airplant every three to four weeks and soak it in a room temperature tap water, rain water or pond water. Let the water soak for 20-30 mins and carefully shake excess water from your plant. Placed it upside down on a a towel and place in a bright location
TAKING CARE OF AIR PLANTS – You can hang your airplant in a place where it can absorb light 12 hrs per day, not directly lighted by the sun. Water your airplant as mentioned above but less often in a cool or winter season. Enough light and air circulation is required for your air plants to grow.
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BONSAI TREE – Bonsai is popularized by Japanese people as an art of growing ornamental, dwarf trees. Bonsai Plants is assumed to have the same life cycle of the normal size trees. Growing and taking care of Bonsai’s is one way to relieve stress and will develop as a good hobby. Can be a décor to your home or office. In feng shui, bonsai trees is believe to bring a good luck.
TAKING CARE OF BONSAI – Each Bonsai Trees has a specific care procedure. Most common reason why bonsai tree dies is over watering. Keep in mind that you need to check your bonsai tree frequently. Watering, fertilizing and repotting your tree should always be in your mind.
KEEPING BONSAI TREE IN SHAPE – trimming a bonsai tree comes in two ways. First is maintenance-pruning, which means you need to maintain and refine the existing shape of a Bonsai. Second is structural-pruning, which requires more rigorous pruning or trimming to give a tree its basic shape or style.