We recently hosted a terrarium building class at the Corner House. Now we’re passing our learnings on to you! Below, Rebecca Turk from Moore Botanical Gardens offers inspiration and guidance for making your own thriving terrarium gardens. Growing plants indoors just makes a home feel complete. It freshens our air, provides mental happiness and brings
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Shells, coral and fossils look phenomenal when mixed with additional elements of nature, such as moss, ferns and other greenery. This gorgeous terrarium by puts a genuine ammonite fossil on display.
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Other materials: A spray bottle is needed for watering and decorations such as rocks, pebbles and figurines can personalize your terrarium.
We recently hosted a terrarium building class at the Corner House
A cube terrarium has straight lines that sometime define modern decor. This terrarium, sold by Gardener's Supply Co., is made of glass and metal finished in copper.We recently hosted a terrarium building class at the Corner House. Now we’re passing our learnings on to you! Below, Rebecca Turk from Moore Botanical Gardens offers inspiration and guidance for making your own thriving terrarium gardens.Faceted glass and copper-finished metal can add warmth to modern decor in a home or outdoor living space. The 9 1/2-inch tall terrarium is sold by Gardener's Supply Co. and could be the focal point of a tabletop or mantle.These terrariums, made of recycled and repurposed glass, include found items, feathers, coral, moss, twigs, seashells and stones. Stained glass artist Sarah Brueck Williams placed those items with "my nursery of plants that need help," such as Aloe juvenna and a few different Echeveria.A tiny Alocasia plant in displayed a metal and glass terrarium with quartz crystals and feathers, plus skull and antler decor. The display was arranged by stained glass artist Sarah Brueck Williams.On the left is an AQUARIUM housing a school of fish; in the middle is a VIVARIUM housing one large snake; and on the right is a TERRARIUM housing one or two small plants. If you want to be technically correct, both aquariums and terrariums are a type of vivarium. A terrarium (which typically houses plants or small animals) is a type of vivarium… and an aquarium (which typically houses fish and underwater plants) is also a type of vivarium.