Air Plant Tillandsia with Turquoise Color Chrysocolla Gemstone Holder, Desk Office Live Plant and Crystal Display, Ocean Decor Gift

Air Plant Tillandsia with Turquoise Color Chrysocolla Gemstone Holder, Desk Office Live Plant and Crystal Display, Ocean Decor Gift


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chrysocolla, crystal, air plant, copper wire


Height: 5 Inches; Width: 3.5 Inches

This listing is for an air plant held by a golden wire on Chrysocolla Gemstone. The stone represents communication, expression, and feminine empowerment.

Hand-crafted, Quality Living Decor.


✦3 inch Live Air Plant (Tillandsia)
✦1 - 1.5 inch Chrysocolla Gemstone
✦Detailed Plant Care Instructions
✦Golden Wire Fastened to Stone

For a larger rose quartz crystal and air plant, go here:

Just as what we see in nature varies, you will see some variations in sizes, colors, and shapes of air plants and gemstones. Chrysocolla is a copper stone, ranging from light green to deep blue


✦All packaging materials are reused and were generously donated or are made from recycled materials
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✦Personalized message can be included at no additional cost
✦Include your message in the "Notes" section when placing your order
✦Packaged with tissue paper and earth toned, elegant packaging materials


✦Soak the air plant in water once per week for 30 minutes
✦Air plants like bright indirect sunlight, or bright indoor lighting


Bring your live plant indoors immediately after it arrives in more extreme temperatures (below 40 or above 90 F). Consider shipping it to the location you will be (e.g. work) or having a housemate bring it indoors for you.

You can also check out seashell air plant holders here:

or hanging air plant holders,

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An air plant, also known as a tillandsia, is a plant that does not need soil to obtain its nutrients. Instead, it absorbs nutrients in water through the trichomes on its leaves (they appear to be small white hairs on the plant, although it is hard to capture in photos). In nature, tillandsias attach themselves to trees, rocks, shrubs, and other stationary objects. They wrap their "roots" around the object, although this is only for support, and not for nutrients. They prefer to live in temperatures between 50 and 90 degrees F; some tillandsias can be found in more tropical climates, while others can be found in arid climates. Please message me if you have any specific questions about the tillandsias in my shop!
Soak plants for 20-30 minutes in a bowl of tap/filtered water 1X/week. In drier climates, mist 1-3 times per week in addition to soaking, or soak 2X/week. Your air plant needs to be watered more frequently if the tips/leaves are browning and/or the leaves are curling under the plant. Of course, there are exceptions. Slightly brown tips are normal, especially if the air plant is producing new pups or about to bloom, and some air plant leaves naturally curl under.
Keep plant in aerated space while drying and make sure plant completely dries within 4 hours of watering. Gently shake water off after soaking and place upside down while drying to prevent water from collecting in the root.
The answer to this varies depending on air plant variety, but on average they enjoy bright indirect sunlight (bright fluorescent home/office lighting is okay, too). Air plants with many trichomes covering their body (the little white fuzzy hairs that grow on the plant leaves) tolerate more sunlight, while plants with shinier leaves and less trichomes prefer less sunlight. Air plants generally like a few hours of direct sun, just take care when the rays are especially powerful that day (e.g., no cloud cover), as the leaves can get sunburned.
They prefer warmer temperatures (50-90 degrees).
Air plants will occasionally bloom flowers (frequency depends on the type). Pupping is when air plant babies are made! You will see a new very small air plant coming off the parent. The pups have a separate center from the parent. When the pup reaches at least 1/3rd the parent plant size, you can remove it by gently grabbing its base and twisting it away. You don't have to remove the pup if you'd like an air plant clump!
If your item was damaged during transit, you can do the following:

~Send me pictures of the damaged item within 3 days of receiving it.

~Keep the damaged items and packaging.

~Once we receive the photos of the damaged product we will ship out a new one ASAP free of cost to you.


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