To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow. ~Audrey Hepburn
Deluxe DIY Terrarium Kit
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This private botanical garden is designed just for you: the unlucky plant person, the timid terrarium maker, the bad news botanist. This DIY conservatory is designed to thrive for years!
Large organic wood and glass vessel include all the necessary terrarium layers, as well as embellishments such as black lichen, reindeer moss, lichen branch, and a choice of hand-painted terrarium dweller for extra luck. In addition, the deluxe kit also includes driftwood and usnea lichen!
Deluxe kit includes these 5 seeds and tubers:
White Begonia Rex
Asparagus Plumosa Fern tuber
Oxalis Regnelii (Lucky Shamrock)
Wise Barn Owl
Made in USA.
Materials & Care
Size:11.5"h x 11"w Materials: Wood & glass vessel, black lichen, reindeer moss, lichen branch, and a choice of hand-painted terrarium dweller for extra luck
Care: Keep out of direct sun and mist every 2-4 weeks. With proper care the plants can live indefinitely. Comes with care instructions.
“Once the day is done, there is always beer in the fridge, chips and dip laying about, and stories to share.”
Good things come in small packages for Michelle Inciarrano and Katy Maslow, who founded Brooklyn-based Twig Terrariums together. “We are obsessed with making these miniature gardens, and do not understand any other way since we started,” says Michelle. “We revel in them.” The childhood friends, who lost touch with each other for a decade before reconnecting with craft nights, find the same joy in working together in their studio (complete with a 14-foot paper mache tree!). It’s a sense of lightness they like to share with their staff. They may work hard growing a small business, “but once the day is done,” says Michelle, “there is always beer in the fridge, chips and dip laying about, and stories to share.”