I live in Ohio and have found air plants which I grow in my bathroom. This winter I am visiting ST Petersburg, Florida and have noticed something that looks like air plants growing wildly in the local trees. Are these indeed air plants? Can I transplant them back to Ohio and greatly increase the amount of plants at no cost at all? They appear to be connected to rough spots in the trees or near the leaves. I have pulled a few off and they have not bored down into the tree. What can you tell me about this matter?
In our company we have reverse osmosis reject water spray in the air evaporation pond and need to plant epiphytes aeound the pond and need advice how to obtain such cultivation
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I have grown these seedlings from seeds produced from my dichidia pectinoides. They are doing quite well -- and a lot of them are growing in the small pots of moss I have them in. I mist them every morning and they are in the shade. How long should I wait to transplant them? Should I put some of them in a coconut husk with sphagnum moss eventually? I am so excited about this! I must have about 15 seedlings! Thank you for your help.
Your zone will be zone 10 in your area. This means that they will do fairly well in your area without much help. I would, carefully, get them into the final media, which should be shredded bark and coconut coir, as soon as you can.
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