Remember those great summer moments, outside, in your garden or a park, surrounded by flowers and so much green? Now, with autumn here already and winter just around the corner, the world is about to turn golden, red, and then white – and less green.
But there is a way to prolong the greenness! Did you know that glass, a natural material, can be used to make a great, thriving and easily manageable garden of your own? Glass is a perfect solution for your plants during this season!
Terrariums are an excellent way to manage your house plants during the cold months, preserve their natural strength and beauty, while also making them into a great piece of decor. And – if done correctly – they are easy to look after as well!
All you need is a glass container – like a jar, or a simple vase – where your plants can thrive throughout the seasons, as well as stones, moss, soil, and whatever plants you wish to have in your home! The glass acts like a natural home for the plants, protecting and keeping them fresh and alive.
Follow these simple steps from the Design Sponge blog (or these on Martha Stewart’s website) which will take you through all the steps involved in making a glass garden at home. What do you think? Will you be making one of these for yourself?