container where living plants are kept and observed.
- Cloches – best used with plants that tolerate high levels of humidity, from my experience, these will need to be raised occasionally to allow the plants a breath of fresh air.
- Apothecary Jars – also best used with plants that tolerate high levels of humidity, but you can opt to leave the lid off to create an open terrarium as I’ve done with one of my plants.
- Aquariums or Goldfish Bowls- left open or fitted with glass on top.
- Vases or Tureens – these works as open top terrariums and will need to be watered.
I removed the lid from a mason jar and then placed my extra jute twine inside and it looks real cute mixed in with my terrarium display.
And they look great, too! I love having a touch of Spring in my kitchen. And all the texture of the leaves, jute twine, pebbles and newspaper are total eye candy!
I found this picture below at the goodwill for just a few dollars and it compliments the coloring in my terrariums real well. I love bringing the outdoors inside. Above I placed a canvas inside a white frame and glued one branch off of my fern plant onto the canvas. I’ve only had to replace the fern on the frame once. I love inexpensive art and it’s perfect for Spring.
And here it is all together!
I’m loving it on my yellow curbside trash turns kitchen cart!