Air Plants

Our Selection


  • Melanocrater
  • Caput Medusae
  • Tillandsia Multiflora
  • Argentea
  • Ionantha Ionantha

AIR PLANTS change color


  • Air plants go through life cycles.
  • Most plants will start to change colors as they prepare to bloom!
  • That means they are getting ready to produce a flower, which are often extremely fragrant and sweet.
  • Water Saving
  • Low Maintenance
  • Perfect gift for plant lovers
  • Plastic-free packaging
  • Biodegradable gift


I absolutely love these plants!’ I include them in all my orders, they make the most interesting gift!

– Tlhoki 2017

I’ve always wanted an air plant and this is so beautifully mounted in the block, making it so easy to hang. It looks awesome and I often find myself staring at it. My favourite gift to myself in a while.

– Jolene 2018

Beautiful! I bought three sets so far, for myself and my siblings. they make the best gift ever for a plant lover.

– Rehana 2021

Our Product

Plants and Books are silent Friends to Mankind. The former grows silently to let you live. The later grows you silently to live

  • The Tillandsia Melanocrater is a unique species that occurs in various colors.
  • The pointed leaves of this plant can differ from yellow-green to red.
  • Like all other types of Tillandsia, the Melanocrater descends from the
    Bromeliad plant family.
  • The Tillandsia Melanocrater is native to Central America and Mexico. This species grows a flower from the heart of the plant, which can become a beautiful red, pink or purplish color.
  • They will give you wonderful blooms 2 to 3 times per year.
  • The Tillandsia Caput Medusae is a unique plant in the Tillandsia species.
  • With the thicker head (caput) on the bottom and the wonderful firm curly leaves,the Tillandsia Caput Medusae is compared to a female figure from the Greek mythology – Medusa.
  • This air plant is native to Central America and Mexico.
  • During spring or early summer ,a beautiful violet coloured flower grows from the middle of this plant.
  • The Tillandsia Multiflora is a plant that looks a lot like the Tillandsia Abdita and therefore just as colorful.
  • However, the green, sometimes reddish leaves are smoother and less soft.
  •  At a later stage the Tillandsia Multiflora can be entirely red in color and in the flowering stage produces one or more purplish flowers from the heart.
  • The Tillandsia Multiflora grows in dry forests in Central America and Mexico.
  • This wispy little Tillandsia is the epitome of bed head syndrome!
  • The Argentea air plant has a small and compact base,with an army of slender “tenta-cles”that extend out in every direction.
  • As this air plant variety matures,it will release a long and slender bloom straight out of the middle that will release a flower from the tip.
  • This little Tillandsia likes to be misted often. Grows in the woodlands of Mexico,Cuba,Guatemala and Jamaica.
  • Ionantha are one of the most common species within the epiphyte family of Tillandsia.
  • It has a small and compact form.
  • The Tillandsia Ionantha requires very little care compared to other Tillandsia species.
  • This particular species is native to Central and South America and mostly lives in desert-like climates.

Watering your Air plants

Indoor Installation:

  • Summer: Spray weekly
  • If temperatures exceed 35 degrees spray twice a week.
  • Winter- Spray every second week.
  • If in doubt rather don’t water .Tillandsias do not like to be too wet.

    Outdoor Installation:

    • Same as above however if windy the plants will dry out quicker so spray twice per week
    • If you live in an area with a low humidity (like Gauteng) we recommend that you start misting twice weekly and adjust as necessary , depending on how long it takes for your plant to dry in your space.
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