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Air plants make a comeback

Air plants
Air plants, popular in the 1970s, are back in sleek arrangements. The plants, which draw moisture from the air, can be grown in natural wood. A ball arrangement of air plants (tillandsia), moss and wood branches hanging from an antique chain. $395. All arrangements are from Rolling Greens Nursery in Culver City.

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Air plants
Air plants are tucked into the nooks and crannies of the wood, which makes for a sculptural arrangement. $590.

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Air plants
The flower spike on this air plant arrangement will eventually bloom. $590.

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Air plants
This silver painted tree stump is topped with air plants. $275.

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• Fresh ideas at new L.A.-area hotels
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Air plants
A flower blooms in an air plant tucked into driftwood on a brushed metal stand. $290.

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