Air plants

Epiphytic plants use photosynthesis for energy and obtain moisture from the air or from dampness (rain and cloud moisture) on the surface of their hosts. Roots may develop primarily for attachment, and specialized structures (for example, cups and scales) may be used to collect or hold moisture.

I have recreated a similar vibe to those in the images below at home. (As you can see my image is not as good). Three out five appear to be thriving, the other two are struggling. I purchased the candle tea holders from John Lewis and the air plants from http://www.justairplants.com/

Hanging from the ceiling means out of reach from tiny hands.

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