Do you have airplants at home? I had one, but recently I have added two more thanks to Etairnity, a Dutch airplant specialist. As part of our Urban Jungle Bloggers project we have teamed up with Etairnity to offer you all a cool giveaway. But before I get into the details, let me tell you a bit about Etairnity and airplants. Airplants – or more correctly Tillandsia – are really cool and funky plants: they are rootless and need not to be planted in soil. All they need to survive is air and some water from time to time. Hence airplants are the perfect low-maintenance plants for anyone who wants greens in the home without the hassle of extensive plant care.
Etairnity was born out of the love for airplants. Since the plants are rootless they seem to not have a real home. Thus the folks at Etairnity decided to design simple and minimalistic airplant ‘homes’. These are made of wood and have a wonderful natural, earthy vibe yet they fit into any kind of interior. I have opted for two wooden discs that can simply be sticked on the wall with a mini magnet – easy and perfect for a rented place like mine! Etairnity not only offers various airplant ‘homes’, they also offer a lovely selection of airplants. So if you feel inspired to add one or two airplants into your home too, you need not look any further!
Airplants are very simple to maintain: Just spray them with water like once a week or let them sit in water for one hour per week. You can also use a liquid fertilizer from time to time that can simply be sprayed on them. Nothing else needed! Put them in a spot with enough natural light and get them a nice home – like the Etairnity pieces. But hey, I mentioned a giveaway, didn’t I? Here are the details!
Join the giveaway to win a set of three Cubes including airplants by commenting under this blogpost and answering the following question: What’s your favorite Etairnity product and why? Leave the comment until September 6th, 2015, to join in. The giveaway is open to all readers. To double your chances you can join the giveaway on my Urban Jungle Bloggers fellow’s blog JOELIX.com too. Good luck!
Photography by Igor Josifovic, last two images by Etairnity
This blog post has been brought to you in collaboration with Etairnity