Tillandsias (air plants) don't need soil to survive so you can place them anywhere you'd like! Air plants are slow growers- given some time and patience they will get larger and eventually bloom! In nature they grow in trees, amongst rocks, in deserts, in rainforests, on cliffs and rock faces, and even on cacti. Air plants are low maintenance and great for beginner plant parents.
O R I G I N Native to the West Indies, Mexico, and much of Central America and South America
C A R E Bright indirect light (behind a curtain or some distance away from a window works well). Water once a week by soaking your air plant in room temperature water for 20 minutes. After its bath, gently shake excess water off and allow to air dry upside down. Likes humidity but not necessary.
T I P S Remember that shake after bath time- if not it will get root rot!