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Required Reading: From Terrariums to Green Roofs

The Lilliputian worlds artist Paula Hayes created inside bulbous blown glass balls started an obsession with terrariums that nearly a decade later shows no signs of fading. Now comes her next idea: green roofs made from mix-and-match pieces that fit together as neatly as Lego blocks.

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Weekend Project Alert: 20 DIY Terrariums to Inspire You

Make your own terrarium with this DIY.

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Container Garden Ideas for Any Household

Water Garden - no soil required!

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Hardworking Houseplants

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Terrarium Glass Hanging Double Hook Vertical Gardening DIY NO PLANTS B

Terrarium Glass Hanging Double Hook with Succulents Vertical Gardening DIY Kit. $24.00, via Etsy. Love this

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Feldman Architecture: Cottages in the Mill Valley Forest

"We definitely wanted to make this project as 'green' as possible, and to have it be visually integrated into the land," said architect Jonathan Feldman. The solution was two separate buildings, nestled on flat sites against the hillside. The lower studio, visible from the windows above, got live plants on the roof, mimicking a common style in environmentally conscious European cities. (In Stuttgart, for example, green roofs cover 25 percent of the real estate, the result of public policy…