Date(s) - Wed 15 Mar
Air Plants, also called Tillandsias, do not need soil to grow, and use their leaves to absorb nutrients from the air and water. They make fascinating houseplants and may be displayed in a wide variety of ways. If you have an area that receives bright, indirect lighting and have the time to soak your plants at least once each week, consider growing Tillandsias. Elizabeth will discuss the natural history of the genus, provide instructions on how to grow them, show different methods for displaying air plants and then provide the materials for the students to build a small table top display with plants to take home.
Instructor: Elizabeth Dickey, IBG Education Director
Cost: IBG Member: $25, Non-Member: $30
This workshop is limited to 20 participants