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Response to NotASurfer (Reply #8)

Sun May 30, 2021, 03:41 PM

9. Thanks for update!

I was thinking about you recently and wondering how it was coming. Bad news that so many are lost, but you did say that some bigger ones might make it.

The plant that started this thread not only put out a third bloom, but the one I showed a picture of added a purple element. I didn't want to post it as a new post since I've already posted two air plant blooms. But I just have to show somebody!

I am wondering if you would consider getting just maybe a couple of new air plants, just to see what happens if you start fresh with healthy ones. I get mine at [link:https://airplantshop.com/|. They are healthy, and occasionally actually blooming. This is good if they have pups to continue the plant, not that great if they don't since while it's impressive, it's the end of the plant. Speaking of which, I found two pups on the blooming plant pictured above, so that's good news.

Yes, they can easily go 14 days with no water, although some plants like water more than others. I hope you will keep this bookmarked and come back again to let me know if the bigger ones are still surviving.

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