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air plant:

see epiphyteepiphyte
or air plant,
any plant that does not normally root in the soil but grows upon another living plant while remaining independent of it except for support (thus differing from a parasite).
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The most bizarre air plant is a huge shell-shaped, green-leaved plant attached high up a trunk by the poolside.
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Obviously, they've never seen the champion, festooned with hundreds of air plants and mistletoe and soaring to 55 feet with a trunk more than 4 feet in diameter.
So they are often sold as air plants or Bromeliads.
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Mount one or two air plants (tillandsias) into the rustproof aluminum frame for a minimalist look, or "a bunch to create a dense painting," he says.
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