19th-century Wardian Case used for orchids.

Modeled after the Wardian cases first built for growing ferns in the early 1800s, this terrarium creates a warm, humid environment that encourages plant growth, no matter what the temperature outside. The terrarium is crafted from wrought iron with a pointed arch and cutout trefoil motifs. The glass doors close to help seal in moisture. Really unique indoor piece. Found at Gump’s also at Smith&Hawken. I like it's tall enough for the moth orchid!

The Wardian Case or Fern Case was one of the most important botanic/economic discoveries of the Victorian Age.

Edwardian cast iron glasshouse ~ Fernery, uynfortunately, neglected and needs renovation

Läckert! It´s actually a "greenhouse" for birds.

Uh-mazing!

Terrarium

stain glass wardian

Creative use for a lantern... that's one way to keep my kitty out of the plant! LOVE IT!

Gazebo Tabletop Terrarium - Glass Terrarium - Plant Terrarium

Seashell air garden

Medusa

how to make a terrarium with old picture frames

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greenhouse

DIY- How to build a fountain~

Wall of Herbs - Can this be in my backyard please

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Check goodwill for clear containers--I found this terrarium teapot and 12 "mini worlds" on the web ecoist. I know terrariums are in but this is something incredibly special - and even better it's ALIVE !

Gazebo Tabletop Terrarium - Glass Terrarium - Plant Terrarium

Garden Lovers Terrariums!