SOAK, THEN DRY
Your succulent should be watered whenever the soil is completely dry. When you water, make sure to soak the soil completely.
Once per week is a good start, but adjust as needed depending on when your soil is dry and what your succulent leaves look like.
SIGNS OF PROBLEMS
Yellowing leaves are usually a sign of too much water.
Limp, dull leaves are generally a sign of not enough water.
AIR PLANT CARE
Low/medium light, but not direct sun is best as most air plants can burn easily. Air plants will do well with artificial lighting. Great for your office or inside your home.
Once a week completely wet the entire plant with a generous mist or soak. To soak, simply submerge the entire plant in cool water for 30 minutes. Then shake off the excess water and allow the plant to air dry before replacing.
If your plant has a bloom, do not soak the flower.
Air plants like good air circulation and temperatures between 50 – 90 degrees.