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  1. A tree in my yard is covered with cascading air plants and I would love to bring them in my home.What is the best way to hang them on? I would really appreciate your help.

    1. Hi Karen,
      Thanks for your comment.
      Cascading Air Plants can be moved with ease and look great when hung in a glass bowl. They can also be glued to objects such as pebbles, stone or wood using a silicone adhesive. If you are attaching an air plant to wood, make sure it is not treated wood, as this contains copper and will kill the plant. I hope this helps!

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