KELLY GREEN'S SOUTHERN GREEN BOUTIQUE PLANTS
See something you like, but it's no longer available? If the same container is available, Kelly is happy to make a new arrangement for you. Custom arrangements in all sizes, shapes and prices are also available, as well as the option to plant in your favorite container.
Add an exotic elegance to all your spaces. Enjoy a new trend in indoor plants. Bromelaids are a form of air plant, are native to the southern U.S. and South America. They are easy to care for and maintain. They like bright indirect light, but not direct sun. To water, fill the center cup rather than the soil around the plant. Over time, new plants will develop around the base of the plant.
These fun glass orbs are unique and handcrafted. Each one contains air plants from South America by way of Florida. In addition they contain mostly organic materials: reindeer moss, pebbles, stones, tree bark, crystals, etc. Many contain shiny iron pyrite, fool's gold, which claims to promote positive energy. Enjoy!
TILLANDSIA / AIR PLANTS
Buy them and create your own unique arrangement.
- How to Care for your air plants:
- Submerge in water briefly once a week or soak in water one half hour every two weeks. / Allow to dry out before going back into container / Soak in water overnight if leaves begin to curl / Medium $4 / Large $7 / Zerographica $12
About the artist: I was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and lived there until December of 1998 when I married a Michigander and moved to the Detroit metro area. I immediately missed the sunshine; but I also missed a certain aesthetic very popular in the South: indoor plants selected and beautifully displayed to provide unique focal points and act as accessories in the home. Initially I thought it must have something to do with the weather. I soon realized that indoor plants, with very simple care, did just as well here as in Florida.
Over the years, I bought tropical plants and succulents at various garden stores and scrounged around to find interesting containers. When I stopped working three years ago, my hobby became something of a passion. I decided to start Southern Green to share the concept of "boutique" plants that will not only decorate your home, office, etc. but keep your spirits up through the long winter months, clean the air in your home and provide a new, artful way to express yourself.