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The narrow, twisting watercourse is mostly lined with native vegetation including some beautiful, towering cypress trees adorned with Spanish moss and air plants, so bring a camera.
Known as air plants, these absorb all their nutrients and water directly through their leaves.
As floor space is usually limited consider hanging displays and especially air plants that are content to grow on a log or a piece of bark or grow epiphytic bromeliads in decorative open-weave baskets lined with Spanish moss.
Some houseplants, like air plants and tillandsias, absorb what they need from the air.
EN Engineering has been conducting facility assessments during the past two years at natural gas compressor stations, LNG plants, propane air plants and measurement and regulating facilities.
The most popular cultivated orchids are epiphytes, or air plants, which most often grow on trees or the surfaces of rocks.
It is unusual to find a live oak that does not have many epiphytes or air plants living on it, especially resurrection fern or spanish moss, that lacy, romantic symbol of the South Spanish moss is an epiphyte, or tropical air plant, that requires another plant for mechanical support but not nutrients because it has its own system for producing food.
In 1989 he settled in Palmdale, built a 9-foot-high, 7-by-9-foot greenhouse and started growing catalaya orchids and tillandsias, called air plants because they have no roots.
But it is the various varieties of air plants found around the pool needing no soil to survive that offer the most intriguing sights.
The huge broad-leaf trees in front of you have air plants and climbing vines that twine in and around the tree branches and trunks.
A display around the Visitor Center features more than 30 different species of Tillandsia air plants in bloom.
com, America's only online store dedicated to DIY terrarium kits, to find easy summer projects with succulents, cacti, and air plants.
There's an easy way to add pizzazz to your home for the last stretch of winter: with air plants.