We could make tiny versions of these in upside down jars Japanese garden terrarium features a realistic miniature garden scene complete with a tiny stone pagoda (style varies) surrounded by fresh live moss
Nestled inside a crystal clear glass vessel is a moss-veiled path of natural stones winding up to secret groves of wooded landscape. This miniature forest scene is comprised of 3 varieties of moss which is an easy to care for plant requiring only minimal
David Latimer from Cranleigh, Surrey, with his bottle garden that was first planted 53 years ago and has not been watered since 1972 - yet continues to thrive in its sealed environment. The bottle garden has created its own miniature ecosystem.
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This time Ive used an old coffee plunger to create some de(er)caffeinated coffee- mind the pun.Using an unusual or common household item as opposed to a jar can instantly make a terrarium more interesting. Terrarium and photography by Zik