All orders are generally shipped within 2 working of receiving your paid order. We ship Monday through Thursday except holidays to most destinations. We are currently shipping via FedEx, BlueDart, but in case your address is not serviceable by them, we ship by SpeedPost(shipping only on Monday/Tuesday). It generallytakes 2-3 business days for delivery.
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Orders over Rs. 1000/- are shipped for free! Orders under Rs. 1000/- are shipped at a flat rate of Rs. 85/- for shipping via FedEx / Speed Post. If you would want shipping quotes or arrangements for any other courier, please contact us at 97437-11047 or [email protected].
Air Plant Planet accepts the following forms of payment: Visa, MasterCard, UPI, Netbanking (powered by PayUMoney and RazorPay) and PayTM.
Yes, we are currently located at Bangalore at the below address.
Sri Hari Towers,
#313A, 2nd Main,
Bangalore – 560016
Landmark: Opp. French Loaf/Below Jockey Showroom
DO NOT plant your Tillandsia in soil! Putting Air Plants in soil will kill them.
YES, but place them close to a window or in a bright part of the home, so they can receive enough light.
Give your plants enough bright natural light so they can color, without having them in direct sunlight. More light = More color.
Tillandsia only bloom once in their lives, but that isn’t the end of your plant. Your Tillandsia will start ‘pupping’ (having babies). Air Plants can have between 1 – 12 pups which will grow to replace the mother. You can either separate the pups after they are about an inch long or let them grow with the mother plants and they will form beautiful clumps
You can mount your plant virtually anywhere you like, as long as the mount doesn’t hold water. Don’t mount on pressure treated lumber, or anything containing copper. Copper is toxic to Air Plants.
Like all plants, Air Plants need water. In their native habitat, Tillandsia take in water from rainfall, atmospheric moisture, coastal fog etc. Air plants in the home need a little help, as most homes don’t have the required humidity and certainly lack the rainfall and coastal fog! Tillandsia can be watered either by misting or soaking them. For most species a light misting a couple of times a week along with a fortnightly soak is good.
Tillandsia only use their roots to anchor themselves to a surface. They absorb all their water and nutrients through the trichomes on the leaf of the plant.
No, this is normal. What you are seeing is the Trichomes opening. Trichomes act as little mouths for the Air Plant that collect water and nutrients. When the plant has enough water it will turn bright green and the Trichomes will close. The process begins again as the plant dries.
Absolutely. In the wild, Air Plants can go weeks without rain. They can hold onto water they collect for extended periods. Just give them a good long soak right before you leave and right when you get back and they’ll be just fine.