Aerium is the miniature world in which Tillandsias grow. Tillandsias are air plants and thus grow differently from other flowers. They belong to the Bromeliaceae family. They grow in wild forests, mountain and deserts in Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean and the Southern United States. Most of these plants are delicate and do not like the cold water.
When the plant is kept at a mild temperature it develops highlights (no direct sunlight, not too hot or too cold temperature). The aerium requires watering once every two weeks and every week during hot or dry periods with a spray mist. Do not leave standing water inside the aerium. Excessive water will destroy the plant and make them rot if exposed to excessive moisture. Allow the aerium to completely dry out before watering again. To remove the moisture or water droplets from inside the aerium you can try taking a cotton swab.
If you want to rearrange the flower inside the glass pot, use a pencil. Once ready the Tillandsia will flourish and can last for decades, depending on the species.
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