If you’re looking to try something a bit different in a dry vivarium then Air Plants are a great way of achieving this. Creating a whole new look to your reptiles environment they can make a boring setup into something special and interesting.
How to Attach an Air Plant
Using the recommended Pro-Rep Rubber Silicone we have used then in store attaching them to a range of woods in our show tanks.
Looking after Air Plants couldn’t be easier – they need to be kept at a temperature of above 8 degrees Centigrade, in a draft free environment.
Looking After Your Air Plant
Being plants they do need watering, but this is simplicity itself. Once a week they can be dunked into or lightly sprayed with rain water (or hard water).
Feeding should be done with a proprietary air plant fertilizer. but when looked after properly they provide long lasting natural décor for vivarium’s and terrariums and can be attached to almost anything, including, stones, vines, and trunks for a naturalistic finish.
Still Got Questions on Air Plants and Reptiles?
If you want to know more about air plants and using them with your reptile feel free to drop into the shop which is located at 187 Old Chester Rd, Birkenhead CH42 3TB or give us a call now on 0151 645 6235 and we’ll answer your air plant questions. Remember you can sign up for our monthly newsletter here which has info on our latest deals and promotions.