Natural Cholla Air Plant Holder
Are you looking for a unique air plant holder? Look no further! What is Cholla? It’s a very spiny cactus with cylindrical branches that is native to the Southwestern U.S. & Mexico. The Cholla for these air plant displays are sustainably obtained from old plants/limbs that have reached the end of their life cycle. Spines are removed with sand blasting and ready to be up-cycled!
PLEASE NOTE: Species of air plants vary with season and availability so it may be different from what is shown in the photo. We strive to match up your air plant with its pot for the best appearance. If you really are set on a particular species please contact us and we will check availability.
• Care instructions & one Air Plant included!
• Over time your plant may outgrow your planter.
• Each Planter is proudly matched with one air plant for a beautiful display you’ll enjoy for times to come.
• Each piece is unique so colors and textures of the cholla will vary.
• Each piece can vary between 3 – 3.5 inches high and 2 – 2.5 inches in diameter.
• Air Plants vary between 2 – 5 inches tall
Display natures intricately designed natural cholla air plant holder in your living room on a coffee table, on your bookshelf, wall shelf, or outdoor patio! Perfect for nature lovers or anyone who wants a beautiful, unique planter. The wonderful thing about these air plant displays is that they don’t require messy dirt. Just place the air plant in the hole and easily remove it to water by either misting or soaking. Make sure to put them where they will receive bright indirect sunlight or under a full spectrum lamp. These cholla air planters make great gifts for moms, dads, siblings, friends, girlfriends, boyfriends, wives, husbands and you name it! Everyone will love these unique holders.
New To Air Plants? Learn More!
What are air plants? Their technical name is Tillandsia and they are one of the few plants out there that don’t require dirt to thrive. They are epiphytes which means they use their roots as grabbers to attach to trees and rocks instead of using them in the dirt. Air plants get food through their leaves by way of tiny little trichomes. Water and air both have the nutrients they need to thrive and grow bigger while in the wild. When living inside a home they need fertilizer once per month, especially if they are being watered with distilled water. Most air plants are slow growers and sometimes you won’t see any noticeable growth for a year or two! Air plants are also related to the more commonly known bromeliad which you will see quite often at nurseries or grocery stores.
Want To Learn Even More?
Sign up for our Newsletter! We will have lots of articles about tillandsias where you will learn more about the species and receive more in depth care information. Not only that you will also receive discounts, sales, promotions, giveaways and freebies! And that’s not all, by signing up for our newsletter you will receive a beautiful free e-book called “The Tillandsia In Bloom Vol. 1” which features 20 beautiful photos of air plants flowering. We guarantee you’ll love it!
|Dimensions||5 × 5 × 5 in|
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.