Terrarium – a garden in miniature

We welcome a little bit of nature in the interior. Small terrarium with its original shape could be a decoration or just a miniature garden. These terrariums look also good in quantity. It enchanted us.

Bardzo lubimy gościć we wnętrzu choć odrobinę natury. Małe terrarium o oryginalnym kształcie może stać się ozdobą wnętrza lub też miniaturowym ogródkiem. Takie terraria dobrze prezentują się też w większej ilości. Nas urzekły.

7 odpowiedzi na Terrarium – a garden in miniature

  1. Akiko says:

    What a unique, inaovotive, green and renewable idea!!!! I am gonna steal this one if my daughter ever sets a date I may steal this for some random party OR for my patio next year .and b/c so m any people grow them, I may be able to get starts from other people free .oh so creative you are!!!! Glad they Freshly Pressed you!!!! Enjoy every moment of the lead up to the wedding. You really will only do it once, and it should be exactly how you waqnt, music, clothes, food all of it!!!! AmberLena p.s. you all look like you are having so much fun too!

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    • Doris says:

      This sure looks nice, but it can t stay like that for long. Plants need air exchange – if the tonxis the plant leaves emit gather in that bowl those plants will die pretty soon.

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    • Hameed says:

      Thanks for this lovely coregave of an outdoor terrarium project from my new book Handmade Garden Projects! Writing a book is a labor of love and time. The projects depicted in its pages were designed, crafted, and photographed in the summer of 2010. So my outdoor terrarium – which still occupies a shady nook of my backyard – is now in its 3rd full year. Several of the original plants still persist… lime-colored selaginella or club moss has been very successful and I’ve been pleased with how enduring the dwarf maidenhair ferns have been as well. The amber heuchera have frankly outgrown their welcome, pressing their leaves against the glass top – they look like they’re struggling to escape. The only plants that have had to be replaces are seasonal annuals and tender coleus (note: coleus was a little too happy in this closed environment and required constant pinching back to keep it in bounds. All my composition needs a little seasonal primping and one or two waterings throughout the summer months. This is not a hermetically sealed environment but a sheltered,contained community of plants that thrive in the same conditions! Try it – low maintenance handmade garden fun!

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  5. Kasia says:

    Bardzo ciekawy pomysł, do zastosowania pod drzewami w zacisznym miejscu, w altanie, ale również w domu. Muszę poszukać w internecie takich terrariów

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