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help identifying plant
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Can anyone identify this plant for me ?
Surrie
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#2
Tillandsia
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#3
Anyone have any tips on gettin this too grow it has turned brown it was green at one point what can I do to help this plant grow?
Surrie
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#4
move it up higher in the vivarium and keep it from getting wet. Likes humidity but hates being wet.
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#5
Ok awesome... its as high as it cen be ill stop wetting it I didnt know ill up date in a week

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#6
Ok so I think ive killed this plant.. I stopped watering it to see if the plant would dry up. It used to be green but now it is brown and droopy. Since I stopped watering it it has been growing white fuzz ... is there a technique to get this plant back ? I had a problem with my silver skies before I chopped it all up and now its finally growing back some leaves.
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#7
Dry it out. Keep it in bright light but outside viv until dry.


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#8
Ok

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#9
I dont have any bright light.. but I rolled it into a paper towel to help soak up any water.. then I put it in my wifes bamboo shoots where it wont get any water.. hopefully it will try out in a couple of days I can always try to wrap it in paper towels tomorrow and see how that works.
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#10
The plant is drying still a bit wet.. its leaves are falling off ... is there a possible recovery?
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#11
Airplants are delicate. That one is doomed. Good news is that they are not expensive.
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#12
Got some new airplants plan to try this again.. all I have to do is not get them wet Smile should I pull it out of the viv when misting?
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#13
Yeah, pull them out or mist around them. I really don't know too many people that have them in vivs. They are not easy to get the right conditions.
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