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The Tillandsia genus, commonly known as air plants, is made up of about 540 unique species, each with their own distinctive shapes and qualities. Even within a single species, there can be a number of different varieties. A great example is the popular species Tillandsia Ionantha.
There are several varieties of Ionantha, some of which are named for their colors or other properties, and some of which are named for the region they are grown in.
This brings us to our very first air plant species spotlight: the Ionantha Guatemala.
Summer is here in full swing, and we can’t get enough all the fun and unique beach-themed DIYs floating around. It’s the perfect time to add some new homemade décor to your beach house, or at least to make your home feel like a beach house! Maybe what you need is some fresh art in your space, but trying to sit down and draw or paint something can be daunting.
You don’t have to be a master artist to put together any of these shadow boxes, but you’d never know it from the finished product.
A common misconception is that a lucky bamboo plant is the same thing as a true, traditional bamboo plant. It’s an easy mistake to make. After all, lucky bamboo gets its name from its striking resemblance to traditional bamboo, with its green stalks, distinctive rings (or nodes), and long, tapering leaves. But, if Lucky Bamboo isn’t really bamboo… then what is it?
Have you ever heard of Tillandsia? Unless you are a plant connoisseur, you may not have ever come across that word before. Or, you could possibly know them by their other name: air plants.