Spanish moss is a great air plant or tillandsia. It's a plant with no roots! They take all their moisture and food through the leaves and can even digest dirt, making them great houseplants! (They thrive in my house...)

How to grow air plants or tillandsia as houseplants

Spanish moss is a great air plant or tillandsia. It's a plant with no roots! They take all their moisture and food through the leaves and can even digest dirt, making them great houseplants! (They thrive in my house.

I've never heard of air plants.  They are so unique!  Definitely a nice way to bring the outdoors in.

More Gorgeous Air Plant Displays

'domes' of dripping Tillandsias Usneoides (Spanish hanging moss) that featured last fall at the London Design Festival. They were created by French designer Patrick Nadeau for Boffi.

Very interesting~

Maurepas Swamp, Louisiana, Cypress Tree with Spanish Moss. David Chauvin Photography This is Very close to my home.

Attached to the tails of Spanish moss and draped over a branch, tillandsia becomes art.

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Spanish Moss, New Orleans, Louisiana (The Best Travel Photos)

Spanish Moss, New Orleans, Louisiana ~~photo via amanda ~~So Beautiful Memories of LA~~~

Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides), an iconic fixture in trees throughout the southeastern United States, is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 11. While it ...

How to Prepare Spanish Moss for Indoor Use

Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) is a member of a group of bromides called air plants. These plants have no roots, and absorb all the moisture and nutrients they need through specialized scales on .

Inspiration: Living Curtains | Apartment Therapy | Check out these and other curtains that filter light, purify air, and add a gorgeous living artwork to your space.

Inspiration: Living Curtains

Living Curtains - filters light and purifies the air. This living curtain uses the incredibly versatile and equally gorgeous air plant Tillandsia also known as the air pineapple.

Spanish moss growing on an oak road, Edisto Island, South Carolina

Spanish moss – Edisto Island

Spanish moss growing on an oak road, Edisto Island, South Carolina this is probably one of my favorite things to see trees with branches that arch over roads. make me think something magical will happen down the way

Tree Splendor in the South

One of our Oak Trees after a downfall of rain here at Jungle Gardens located on Avery Island.--- Louisiana Travel by maria.

Resurrection Fern and Spanish Moss Living on Oak Limbs, near Charleston, SC via Hue and Eye

Resurrection Fern and Spanish Moss Living on Oak Limbs, near Charleston, SC © Doug Hickok All Rights Reserved More here… hue and eye

Tillandsias Usneoides - Mousse espagnole  (Spanish Moss)

:: Tillandsia usneoides ou fille de l'air, spanish moss, old man's beard

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