The seventh episode of #AskMrTillandsia is up on our Youtube page! Paul answers questions from our Youtube subscribers and social media followers about air plants, staghorns, and more! Visit the link and submit your Tillandsia questions to us on our social pages or comments section of this video— https://youtu.be/kf8TGKFKlak
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Our Youtube channel features a visual look into the wonderful world of Tillandsias! Our cofounder Paul Isley shows the unique beauty of the rarest air plants in the world, offers tips to help you grow at home, and more. Follow along and subscribe to our Youtube channel today! http://bit.ly/2owe98I
We recently met our friend, Erin, through Instagram and were immediately drawn to her talents with plant photography and styling them. We teamed up with her to add some Tillandsia beauty to her home and get a peek into some of the creative ways she decorates with our plants! Take a peek at the beautiful ways she’s used our high quality Tillandsias!
Paul Isley, Rainforest Flora, Inc.
Each year Rainforest Flora, Inc. celebrates the various holidays with Tillandsia ( airplants ) attached to small sculptures and figurines. These playful and colorful small sculptures and figures are the first introduction for many people to these plants. Tillandsia, are true airplants that can be glued or attached to almost anything and grown successfully in bright light and by watering them a couple times a week in most environments. During the Halloween season Rainforest Flora markets a number of attractive small ceramic pumpkins, skulls and skeletons with a variety of Tillandsia species attached to them through home improvement stores, super and specialty food markets, and nurseries and garden center. Please See attached photos.
Rainforest Flora, Inc., 19121 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance CA 90503
For the past few years we have been selling some specimens of subgenus Diaphoranthema Tillandsia aizoides as T. angulosa. After a series of communications with Mr. Siak Wee of Taiwan, we have learned that that plant is T. aizoides, not T. angulosa. We will post photos of the two soon.