Versatile Ideas for Creating Terrariums Today

Versatile Ideas for Creating Terrariums Today

You’ve probably heard the saying “What goes around, comes around”. That’s certainly the case with terrariums.

Back in the ’70’s, terrariums were all the rage. But that trend ran its course.

Time-strapped consumers still loved green plants, but wanted plants that were easier to care for. The enthusiasm for terrariums began to wear off.

Fast forward to today, and you’ll see that terrariums are enjoying a resurgence. They have become a hot trend once again.

I believe it’s due in part to more choices in the varieties, as well as the quality of the plants that are available today, as well as some of the very creative decorative accessories that are available as well.

This quick video explores a bit of the history of terrariums and shows you how to easily make one, even if you’ve never tried to make one before.

I think you’ll truly enjoy this vid, especially if you are the hands on type. Watch it and see if you agree with me.

Good stuff, don’t you think? I thought so! If you’re itching to try your hand at making a terrarium, here’s the good news.

Finding the plants and supplies you’ll need is easier today than ever before.

Many local florists, garden centers and hobby shops carry a variety of terrarium containers, plants, soil and other supplies you will need.

Many also have a great selection of decorative accessories to add the perfect finishing touch.

That said, you still should take a few minutes and check out what’s available online before wasting time and money running from store to
store You can also shop the entire catalog of more than 200 terrarium plants, containers and supplies here.

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I'm the owner of Greenfield Flower Shop in Milwaukee, with more than 40 years of experience in the floral, wedding, and event business.