Monday, February 3, 2014
Click HERE to see the segment I did for WFSB's Better CT show about these nifty plants.
1. Display your air plant in anything (but soil)
2. Give it moderate light
3. Soak in water about once a week for 2-3 hours
Kestrel in Northampton Massachusetts gave me three plants to use of WFSB's Better CT today. The thicker, fuzzy one is a Caput-Medusae, the teeny wispy one is an Argentea and the tall thin variety with a flower bud is a Juncea. Click HERE to check them out!
Julie Harrison, a landscape designer and decorator, has a flair for creative and imaginative designs that are infused with her own unique sense of style. She knows that a good horticulturalist has to “get their hands dirty in order to get green.” Julie has been a contributor to CBS affiliate, WFSB's Better Connecticut, ABC News 8 Connecticut and Garden Talk on WTIC 1080. You can contact Julie at email@example.com and www.juliesharrison.com and www.juliethegardenfairy.com