SHARING/GARDENING - Myths About Airplants Die After Blooming Part 1
I have to admit that I am fairly new to airplants, especially I barely have enough space for edibles. It was Buyer M, who introduced me to airplants. The color of the blooming flowers attract me to own one as a learning process ! I know some of you were commenting that airplants do die after blooming because lots of materials online told us so. I thought the same initially too (yes, I did my googling too) ! However, Buyer M came back to share her stories and showed me proof that hers didn't die and still growing pups (even as a "grandma" plants) aka growing strong. Since she shared tons of pics and I am not able to share in one listing due to limited pics slots available, so you will see her stories across 2 listings. This is the first one - this is the same plant that some commented. Now, it is starting to pup (pink arrows in pic#2 & 3) and doesn't look like going to wilt anytime soon. You can search keyword - airplanes - in my listing to find the other grandma (giving birth) 3 generations airplants story I shared. So, maybe we need to take what we learnt from the internet with a pinch of salt and do the experience ourselves before we draw our final conclusion ! To me, the difference in this case is about the techniques and processes/materials used to get them to bloom, pup and how to harvest it so the parents/grandparents survived as well. Gardening is a science as well as an art ! 😁 If anyone interested in her airplants, do pm me. I am selling on her behalf as she has a very busy schedule and her location is a bit challenging to access. There will be a bi-monthly delivery timeline as I do not expect her to deliver to me everyday and I do not want to keep her plants here as I am not an expert yet (just in case I killed her stocks). Also, I do not have space to hold her stocks, so we will do bi-monthly deals. Thanks for reading ! Happy holidays !