The genus Tillandsia is a unique group of plants. Often referred to as “Air Plants,” they are epiphytes of the American subtropics and tropics. In their natural habitat, they are found growing in trees, on rocks, bark, and mossy surfaces. They have little or no roots and absorb nearly all their nutrients through their leaves.
Tillandsia are easily grown in the house in bright filtered light and medium-warm conditions. Watering can be done by misting the plants 2 or 3 times a week or by submerging them in room temperature water for about 10 minutes each week.
You’ll find a new assortment of these little wonders in the indoor plant area happily awaiting your arrival.
We have had many customers ask how we make our water kefir, so we decided to make a video tutorial of how we do it. Subscribe to our new Incahoots YouTube channel to see future videos from our business!
This year we will be having the Parade of Fairies again! All ages are welcome to join us as we parade down to Hopscotch Toy Store and back. We will have lots of treats and fun for those that participate. Hope to see you there in your fairy outfits!
Yet again, Incahoots will be having our Fairy Tea Party. We are pleased to say that Ms Jessy will be back to host this fun fairy tea party. It is open to little folks from the ages of 5-12 years of age. Cost is $15. Only 12 places available. It will be held on Saturday, August 6th, from 10 AM – 11 AM.
Sign up soon as places go fast! Hope to see you there.
As part of our annual Flower Fairy Celebration we are once again hosting a Fairy Garden Contest and Show. Drop off your creation on Thursday August 4th. The voting will begin Friday August 5th and go through 11:30 AM on Saturday August 6th. The Fairy Garden Contest winners will be announced after the “Parade of Fairies” which we greatly encourage you to participate in, as it will be a lot of fun. Hope you are able to participate in all of the wonderful events in our Flower Fairy Celebration.