Epiphytes in My Backyard, by "Africanaussie" - I was thrilled to see the huge bird's nest fern in AfricanAussie's post, but the tree trunk absolutely decked out in other ferns like elkhorns was too much. If you want to see epiphytes in their natural environment, you won't be disappointed.
That's So Sybiotic of You by Kat White - Kat shares one of the most unusual epiphytes, an "ant plant" from the milkweed family! The name "Ant Plant" is used to describe a genus spanning group of plants that houses ants in its leaves or stems to ward off predators in a symbiotic relationship!
Julie's Favorite Epiphyte by Julie of A Succulent Life - Here's a classic epiphyte that often gets taken for granted, Spanish moss! I thought I knew a lot about tillandsia usneoides, but Julie knocked my socks off with her barrage of awesome facts, such as "The plant is used as fodder for livestock". Who knew?
My Tillandsia Christmas Loot by NotSoAngryRedhead - NotSoAngryRedhead received the Christmas present of a lifetime; a whole shipment of different tillandsia species! Tillandsias are also known as 'air plants' for their ability to grow in tree branches, telephone wires, chain link fences, or tacky fridge magnets, and the aforementioned 'Spanish moss' is also a tillandsia.
Houseplants Which Are Also Epiphytes by Mr. Subjunctive - This is a great primer on epiphytes to grow at home, and from a true expert on houseplants too! Mr. Subjunctive also provides a detailed definition on what an epiphyte actually is to begin with... This is a great post to read before you do your own article for Epiphyte Day!
Again, you can go to the Epiphyte Day Contest Page to share your own link, as well as learn how to win plants by other means if you're not keen on blogging. To those who will be joining in the meme, I can't wait to read your posts!