Water Garden - no soil required!

Container Garden Ideas for Any Household

Water Garden Creating a container water garden is one of many cool ways to beat the summer heat. These plants need sun but they don't require soil because they get their nutrients from water. Brilliant idea from Martha Stewart! by planterresource

Top Plants for Terrariums

Top Terrarium Plants

Top Terrarium Terrariums help bring greenery to indoor spaces, but will flourish with the best terrarium plants. See our favorite selection of terrarium plants -- in beautiful containers -- to help you create your own.

Terrerium

Oversized lanterns make chic terrariums. This one has fake plants inside, but real potted plants could be used. Fern and moss indoor plants

Moss was Nokkari aqua ball favorite. This is the moss of roadside found in the walks of daily routine. That place of the slope of the mountain stone wall water vent embedded in the PVC pipe in the .

Spring under Glass - Cottage at the Crossroads

Spring under Glass

From the teacup gardens club board. Recipe suggestion: Fill a round tray with spring green moss and cover your pink primroses tucked neatly in a flowery teacup (or whichever bloom you choose) with a standout glass cloche.

Faux terrarium

Oversized lanterns make chic terrariums. This one has fake plants inside, but real potted plants could be used. Fern and moss indoor plants

Orchid Terrarium

Chinese ground orchids growing in a terrarium. I grow this same color ground orchid, both outdoors in the ground, and in a wide pot, to bring inside to enjoy half the year. I have never thought of growing them in a terrarium.

Terrarium

Grow Little web site About: Grow Little is based in Paris. The terrariums are made in hand blown glass vessels of various sizes, each is an original, hand made art piece with a unique miniature landscape design bringing nature's poetry into the home.

love terrariums!!

I love terrariums! NEW DIY Large Moss and lichen Terrarium kit - Build your own-FREE 17 Page Moss Care Book included

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Perfect combination of an old pot and a stunning glass cover – joined together for a moss-based garden terrarium. The author says that the glass is only added when the small moss garden is on display.

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