You could easily find old apothecary jars at antique stores and use them for easy, interesting bathroom storage solutions

20 Bathroom Finds For Less Than $20

You could easily find old apothecary jars at antique stores and use them for easy, interesting bathroom storage solutions

Wooden large container pots. See similar ones outside the glass houses at Kew Gardens, UK. Repinned by www.claudiadeyongdesigns.com  www.thegardenspot.co.uk

Wooden large container pots. See similar ones outside the glass houses at Kew Gardens, UK. Repinned by www.claudiadeyongdesigns.com www.thegardenspot.co.uk

Wabi-kusa are balls of substrate that are covered with plants that are grown in their terrestrial form, very similar to plants that are grown hydroponically in nurseries. These substrate balls are placed directly into a small glass container with some water in and then allowed to grow naturally. Use to make islands in frog tank.

Wabi-kusa are balls of substrate that are covered with plants that are grown in their terrestrial form, very similar to plants that are grown hydroponically in nurseries. These substrate balls are placed directly into a small glass container with some water in and then allowed to grow naturally. Use to make islands in frog tank.

ciao! newport beach

ciao! newport beach

Love the wood burner on a glass plinth

Love the wood burner on a glass plinth

Do you have a green thumb but an extremely limited living space? Try building your own DIY terrarium. All you need is a clear glass or plastic container, a few of your favorite plants, and some cheap gardening supplies to start your own self-contained, self-sustained miniature garden. The best part about making your own terrarium is that the sky is the limit for how it can look. You can grow plants in old pickle jars, fish bowls, apothecary jars, disc spindle cases, antique vases, mason…

How to Build Your Own Terrarium

Do you have a green thumb but an extremely limited living space? Try building your own DIY terrarium. All you need is a clear glass or plastic container, a few of your favorite plants, and some cheap gardening supplies to start your own self-contained, self-sustained miniature garden. The best part about making your own terrarium is that the sky is the limit for how it can look. You can grow plants in old pickle jars, fish bowls, apothecary jars, disc spindle cases, antique vases, mason…

It is a heavy glass vase I got from Old Time Pottery I inverted on some concrete blocks so they could swim in from the bottom. You have to get wet to submerge the vase and turn it up under water so the vacuum created keeps the water inside. Make sure you have a heavy glass container or the weight of the water will shatter it. (court. of Rick Brown's fb page - Riverview Flower Farm Growing Florida Friendly Plants)

It is a heavy glass vase I got from Old Time Pottery I inverted on some concrete blocks so they could swim in from the bottom. You have to get wet to submerge the vase and turn it up under water so the vacuum created keeps the water inside. Make sure you have a heavy glass container or the weight of the water will shatter it. (court. of Rick Brown's fb page - Riverview Flower Farm Growing Florida Friendly Plants)

Rick Mather glass extension

Rick Mather glass extension

Small Glass Terrarium with Petrified Wood by UniqueTerrarium

Small Glass Terrarium with Petrified Wood by UniqueTerrarium

cool this is amazing. seven little pots on their sides in a large shallow dish....

cool this is amazing. seven little pots on their sides in a large shallow dish....

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