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Hanging garden Shell

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The Tillandsia Balbisiana makes you think of fireworks, the leaves go in all directions. Presented upside down, it looks like something out of a science fiction film.
Fascinating.

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WATERING
Once perfrequently
EXPOSURE
can be grown in full sun
SUNLIGHT (not scorching)
yes
FLOWERING
pink-purple flower
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Hanging garden Shell, maintenance

This hanging garden is composed of urchin shell and Tillandsia Balbisiana. It gives a touch of lightness in a living room and can be hung in a draught as it likes to swing in the wind.

 

 

The hanging garden is planted with Tillandsias with fréquently watering, twice a week in summer and once time a week in winter. You will find more details on the maintenance of the Tillandsias on this link or on the personal sheets of each Tillandsia.

Exotic pods and pods from the Shell hanging garden

This hanging garden is composed of pods, pods and dried exotic fruits:

  • urchin shell

Depending on availability, we may have to make changes of the same value while of course taking care to keep the harmony and spirit of the hanging garden.

 

Tillandsias of the hanging garden Shell

This hanging garden is composed of tropical plants, the Tillandsias :

 

 

Depending on availability, we may have to make changes of the same value while taking care of course to marry plants of the same maintenance.

 

Gift and decoration ideas

 

The hanging garden Shell is composed of Tillandsias who love light, it is a good decoration idea for an interior or for a reception room.

Gift idea: hanging garden to offer for Christmas or a birthday.

 

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