Moss terrarium : madebymavis
I think this little gift is not for everyone. Yes, it is simple and should remind us how simply beautiful life is, but for the artist in your life, it also makes a statement on how controlling we are...especially with nature. We must grab, take, contain and display. Sound like a bad thing instead of a good gift? Again, it's not a bad thing for an artist - they know how to think about it. It is thought provoking and could potentially inspire their art. No need to feel sorry for the little piece of moss if harvested responsibly.
Within the confines of this vintage apothecary container, thrives a multifarious community of green. This arrangement of moss, moss covered fallen wood, stones & other small, slow growing plants presents a diversified represent... Within the confines of this vintage apothecary container, thrives a multifarious community of green. This arrangement of moss, moss covered fallen wood, stones & other small, slow growing plants presents a diversified representation of the forest floor of the Pacific Northwest. (Grown to fit the container, i cared for it for over a month, letting the starter plants creep & crawl away from the fallen wood to the edges of the glass.) Easy to care for, simply mist every week or so! beautiful to display, a place to gaze upon while immersed in thought, this enclosed garden of sorts offers all the beauty & tranquility of nature with a modern convenience. a cheery & unexpected addition to your desk, window sill, college dorm, garden window or for display among your other delightful curiosities! makes an educational child's gift.
Black thumbs rejoice! This teeny moss garden needs bare bones care while looking cute & lush. It's your own little, capsule world.