This air plants for tiny houses story is a guest post by Linda Branch
Air plants (Tillandsia) are perfect plants for tiny house living. They have wonderful health benefits by providing oxygen, cleaning the air and adding humidity. Another one of the great features of air plants is they don’t need any dirt. All of their nutrients are taken from the air. Air plants are self-propagating adding one or several “pups” after blooming. They come in lots of unique shapes and sizes and seem to have a personality all their own. They are fun plants and will make you happy to own them.
We have a greenhouse in the back yard that sits under a big oak tree. I have been growing and caring for air plants for over fourteen years. I design air plant arrangements and have two online shops. Please visit them and take a look at the innovative and colorful designs.
The tiny cabin boasts large windows, a slanted shed-style roof, and a small covered front porch with a hammock to relax on. When you go inside you’ll find a simple art space with porcelain art tools.
This little cabin serves as a reminder that tiny structures can be used as creatively as you can imagine, doesn’t it? If you could have an extra micro cabin on your own land what would you use it for? Let us know in the comments below. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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