Plants Featured in this Clip
Calathea lancifolia (Rattlesnake Plant)
Calathea ornata 'Pinstripe'
Pothos (Devil's Ivy)
Pilea peperomioides (Chinese Money Plant)
Ficus lyrata (Fiddle-leaf Fig)
- Epiphytes rely on various other plants for physical support, growing on branches and limbs rather than rooting in soil.
- Kim recommends giving air plants a rinse once a week and a mist in-between. Increase this frequency during winter. Do not soak in water.
- Fiddle leaf figs need 6 hours of sun/day. Do not position near a vent of drafty space.
Lawrence and Clark Cacti Co. 615.357.0827 2003 Old Hickory Blvd, Old Hickory TN 37137 Plants featured: Alocasia 'Polly', Calathea lancifolia (rattle snake plant), Calathea ornate 'Pinstripe', Tillandsia xerographica, Cereus peruvianus, Pilea peperomioides (Chinese money plant, pancake plant, UFO plant), Ficus lyrata (fiddle-leaf fig)