Glass Terrariums make the perfect home for your plants. The suspension design allows you to free up space in rooms by getting your plants off the ground. This can also help with indoor plants that require lots of sunlight.
The opening allows the terrarium to be decorated in multiple ways, the small hole in the back of the hanging bowls allows you to attach them to any wall.
Please note these are strong glass, high quality and not easy broken. Don’t confuse with low end products.
What plants grow well in a terrarium?
Nearly any houseplant will thrive in a terrarium environment, provided that it is hardy and small. In addition, slow-growing types are preferable. To add more interest to houseplant terrariums, choose a variety of plants (about three or four) of different heights, texture and color. Here is a list of popular plants for terrariums: Fern, Ivy, Irish moss, Swedish ivy, Croton Nerve plant, Baby’s tears, Pothos, Peperomia, Begonia.
Do Terrarium plants need sunlight?
Bright, indirect light from East or West is best. Do not put terrarium in direct sun, glass magnifies heat and will cook the plants. In a low-light environment you can use a grow light bulb. Read more.