Did you know that the first terrarium was developed by botanist Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward in 1842. ...a fern spore in the jar grew, germinated into a plant, and this jar resulted in the first terrarium. The trend quickly spread in the Victorian Era amongst the English. Instead of the terrarium, it was known as the Wardian case.
Not everyone has the space, the time or dedication to keep plants and nurture them. Terrariums are just the way to go for those with little time and space who would like to add a creative little indoor garden. These tiny greenhouses are self-sustaining with low maintenance.
What to expect in this workshop?
1. A step by step guide to creating and caring for a sealed terrarium.
2. Tips and tricks for indoor plants.
3. All supplies to create a sealed terrarium including plants, potting medium, gravel and accessories.
At the end of the workshop you will take home a 10 inches sealed terrarium in a mason jar that you create, and the knowhow for its care.
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