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  • Size :

    Cylinder Height : 3 Inches

    Cylinder Opening : 3 Inches

  • Design Details : A unique Pentagon shaped glass jar hosts an eclectic collection of succulents.
    Size Details : Height: 7″ and Opening 4″ with Succulent plants.

  • Design Details : A succulent cluster arranged aesthetically in a bulb shaped terrarium.

    Size Details : Bulb Height: 7″ , Width: 5″.

    Comes with a string attached.

  • Design Details : A succulent cluster arranged aesthetically in a bulb shaped terrarium.

    Size Details : Bulb Height: 9″ , Width: 6″.

    Comes with a string attached.

  • Succulent Hanging Frame

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : Ideal for a bare wall on your balconies
    Size : 1′ x 1′.

    Succulent Hanging Frame: Is an eclectic mix of succulents planted in a flat bed and enclosed within a pine wood frame.

    Light: Thrives in strong light – preferably outdoors in west facing balconies or under a bright skylight indoors.

    Soil: Sandy, Peat soil

    Watering: Water once a week using a sharp spray. Spray directly to the base of the plants. Do not over water.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose water soluble feed once a year is sufficient

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring or to pluck out its baby plants.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Red Star in Designer Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : We planted this bronze angel in an imported conical copper ceramic planter.

    Red Star Dracaena (Cordyline Australis) : Is an easy to grow, hardy house plant that requires partial sun. It is ideal for beginner garderners as it is absolutely non-fussy!

    Light: Well-lit places where it receives filtered sunlight is a good spot for Cordylines.

    Soil: A good mix of regular loamy sandy soil. It should be well drained.

    Watering: Likes the soil to dry up a bit between watering. Always test the soil for moisture before watering. Once in 2 days is ideal for all round the year except summers.

    Humidity: Average humidity is good. It likes watering on its leaves.

    Feeding: A general NPK feed at the base – once every 2 weeks is needed to be luscious and green.

    Repotting: Over time it fills the pot and the plant kind of overflows. You can repot them at this juncture, preferably during spring.

    Speed of Growth: Moderately fast … but they are tall and foliage will never be overwhelming.

    Flowers: Gives green flowers in very mature Cordylines. But their foliage is more interesting than the flowers.

    Greener tips: To keep the plant looking its best, remove dead or damaged growth throughout the season.

  • Bird’s Nest Fern in Terracotta Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Bird’s Nest Fern (Asplenium Nidus) : The arrangement of their glassy leaves resembles a bird’s nest … giving it the name. It is also one of the easiest growing ferns. We have chosen a white painted terracota ribbed pot to plant this resplendent green!

    Light: Medium amount but consistent light is needed, but you must always avoid direct sun. North or east facing balconies/ windows should bring about the magic.

    Water: Keep the plant constantly moist. Water everyday in all seasons.

    Humidity: Loves humidity in the air. Mist the plants regularly. Misting also helps in reducing the dust that tends to get collected on the large span of their leaves.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once every 2 weeks is necessary for glossy and bright leaves.

    Repotting: This fern grows profusely if well cared for. So you can repot them every year during spring till it attains its full growth. After this phase, repotting once in 2 years is sufficient.

    Propagation: is mostly through spores that are produced under the leaves and is a time-consuming feat … best to buy new plants than try to propagate.

    Green tips: These plants have naturally glossy leaves and all you have to get them back to be glossy, is put them under a shower. A good bath has never hurt anyone, has it?

  • Red Star in Round Designer Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design detail : We planted this bronze angel in a round imported copper ceramic planter.

    Red Star (Cordyline Australis) : Is an easy to grow, hardy house plant that requires partial sun. It is ideal for beginner garderners as it is absolutely non-fussy! This design is available in a copper ceramic impored planter that goes aesthetically well with the rosette arrangement of its bronze leaves.

    Light: Well-lit places where it receives filtered sunlight is a good spot for Cordylines.

    Soil: A good mix of regular loamy sandy soil. It should be well drained.

    Watering: Likes the soil to dry up a bit between watering. Always test the soil for moisture before watering. Once in 2 days is ideal for all round the year except summers.

    Humidity: Average humidity is good. It likes watering on its leaves.

    Feeding: A general NPK feed at the base – once every 2 weeks is needed to be luscious and green.

    Repotting: Over time it fills the pot and the plant kind of overflows. You can repot them at this juncture, preferably during spring.

    Speed of Growth: Moderately fast … but they are tall and foliage will never be overwhelming.

    Flowers: Gives green flowers in very mature Cordylines. But their foliage is more interesting than the flowers.

    Greener tips: To keep the plant looking its best, remove dead or damaged growth throughout the season.

  • Flaming Sword in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Flaming Sword (Vriesea Splendens) : A tropical beauty to behold, these bromeliads are very short statured and make some awesome table plants.

    Light: Indirect light or moderate shade. Do not expose to direct sunlight.

    Water: Keep water in the central cup. Change water frequently with clean water to prevent rot.

    Soil: Any kind of soil is suitable. They need soil only for support.

    Propagation: Gives forth babies regularly. Cut these and plant them to grow into mature adults.

    Repotting: Mature bromeliads should not be repotted. Smaller bromeliads can be potted into small containers until they are established.

    Green tips: The two best tips for success are these: make sure the plant is potted adequately so it won’t pull over the container and provide ample warmth and humidity.

  • Tin Pots – Bromeliads – Blue

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Blushing Bromeliad (Neoregelia Tricolor) : A tropical beauty to behold, these bromeliads are very short statured and make some awesome table plants. This one has been placed in a blue tin pot that can be hanged in your balcony (east or north facing)

    Light: Indirect light or moderate shade. Do not expose to direct sunlight.

    Water: Keep water in the central cup. Change water frequently with clean water to prevent rot.

    Soil: Any kind of soil is suitable. They need soil only for support.

    Propagation: Gives forth babies regularly. Cut these and plant them to grow into mature adults.

    Repotting: Mature bromeliads should not be repotted. Smaller bromeliads can be potted into small containers until they are established.

    Green tips: The two best tips for success are these: make sure the plant is potted adequately so it won’t pull over the container and provide ample warmth and humidity.

  • Tin Pots – Maranta – White

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Maranta rubra: Vibrant plant ideal for indoors, this one is placed in a vivdly colored tin pot.

    Light: Needs partial sunlight and can be kept on Writing Desks, Windows etc.,

    Soil: Sandy loam, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water every alternate day.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Oak Leaf Fern in Terracotta Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Oak Leaf Fern (Drynaria) : These strikingly beautiful indoor fern is ideal for spaces under skylights or porches. This dazzler is potted in a white ribbed terracota pot, specially chosen to highlight the ribs of its leaves.

    Light: Medium amount but consistent light is needed, but you must always avoid direct sun. North or east facing balconies/ windows should bring about the magic.

    Water: Keep the plant constantly moist. Water everyday in all seasons.

    Humidity: Loves humidity in the air. Mist the plants regularly. Misting also helps in reducing the dust that tends to get collected on the large span of their leaves.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once every 2 weeks is necessary for glossy and bright leaves.

    Repotting: This fern grows profusely if well cared for. So you can repot them every year during spring till it attains its full growth. After this phase, repotting once in 2 years is sufficient.

    Propagation: is mostly through spores that are produced under the leaves and is a time-consuming feat … best to buy new plants or divide old ones than try to propagate.

    Green tips: These plants have naturally glossy leaves and all you have to get them back to be glossy, is put them under a shower. A good bath has never hurt anyone, has it?

  • Miniature Jade in Designer Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Miniature Jade (Portulacaria Afra Variegata) : These are pretty identical to Jade plants . They are ideal to be gifted as house-warming plants and are supposed to bring good luck. The fact that these lovely plants are not at all demanding, seem to add to their appeal.

    This medium sized miniature Jade is planted in a large black oval Indian ceramic pot.

    Light – Place him in bright light or under in-direct sunlight to see him happy! But never place him in deep shade.

    Soil – Sandy with good drainage

    Water – Very less. Water once in 2 days during summers and once a week in winters

    Helpful Tips – Like Jades, these too hate pampering and do not tolerate over-watering. Let the pot dry completely between watering.

    These miniatures can be trained to become excellent Bonsai of the Cascade & Forest grove style.

  • Tin Pots Peperomia

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Tin Pots Peperomia: Peperomia obtusifolia is a fantastic houseplant that can survive with very less light too! Potted in these vibrant colored tin pots, these potted beauties add a new zing to your indoors!

    Light: Thrives in medium light – both indoors and outdoors.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water every alternate day.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring or to divide out its baby plants.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Big Succulent Mixed Bowl

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : Great outdoor and semi indoor bowl

    Succulent Mixed Bowl: Is a cubic bowl with assorted succulent plants in a row!

    Light: Thrives in strong light – both indoors and outdoors.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water every alternate day.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring or to pluck out its baby plants.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Peperomia Tricolor in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Peperomia Tricolor : A gracefully colorful plant, this peperomia is good for partial shade and is planted in a brown Indian ceramic pot.

    Light: It can survive in partial light.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Very low watering. These are drought resistant, yet need good watering to thrive. Water once in 3 days in summer and space it even further during monsoon and winter.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Propagation: Through leaf cuttings.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Snake Plant in Terracotta Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : This handsome hunk is planted in a long ribbed terracota pot.

    Snake Plant (Sansevaria) : This is a very low-maintenance houseplant that is primarily grown for its resplendent leaves. It is a very hardy plant and can tolerate over-watering and under-watering as well as over exposure and under exposure to sun. Mudfingers recommends this for new gardeners. This plant is planted in a round ribbed terracota pot.

    Light: Thrives well in full sun as well as partial shade. When kept in full sun, the plant tends to flower (not too eye-catchy) as well as a shine is seen in the leaves.

    Soil: Very well drained sandy mixture.

    Watering: Very drought tolerant plant. Water once in 3-4 days during summers and once a week in winters.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once in 2 months is more than sufficient during the growing months of spring.

    Repotting: The snake plant does not enjoy being re-potted very often, so re-pot only when the pot cracks from growth. They’re best potted within a clay pot that can crack once maximum growth space within the pot is used.

    Propagation: Very easy to propagate. Divide the plant during re-potting.

    Speed of Growth: Slow

    Flowers: Well cared plants give forth white colored flowers.

    Tips: Air purifitying: While all plants purify air-borne toxins the snake plant is among the top plant’s tested and added to a list by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) for removing, benzene, formaldehyde and other harmful toxins.

  • Cookie Jar Terrarium (Mini)

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Design details : 3 ideal terrarium plants and an elf in his mushroom will enliven your room with this.

    Jar Terrarium : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle. This little jar contains an entire universe in itself.

    Sunlight: Place your terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Checking for condensation is the key. If the sides are never condensing, pour a half glass of water. If there is too much condensation that you cannot see your plants, then open the top of the container temporarily to allow it to dry.

    Pruning: Some plants tend to grow a little too much, usually happens when there is less light. In such cases, you can prune these run-away stems.

  • Jade Miniature in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : This medium sized miniature Jade is planted in a large black oval Indian ceramic pot.

    Miniature Jade (Portulacaria Afra) : These are pretty identical to Jade plants . They are ideal to be gifted as house-warming plants and are supposed to bring good luck. The fact that these lovely plants are not at all demanding, seem to add to their appeal.

    Light – Place him in bright light or under direct sunlight to see him happy! But never place him in deep shade.

    Soil – Sandy with good drainage

    Water – Very less. Water once in 2 days during summers and once a week in winters

    Helpful Tips – Like Jades, these too hate pampering and do not tolerate over-watering. Let the pot dry completely between watering.

    These miniatures can be trained to become excellent Bonsai of the Cascade & Forest grove style.

  • Purple Beauty in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Purple Beauty (Sempervivum) : Perennial succulent herbs that grow in very tight rosettes and produce babies close to the mother regularly. This exquisite beauty in black purple is planted in a brown Indian made ceramic pot.

    Light: Place in full sunlight. The edges get a better color with full sun.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Very low watering. These are drought resistant, yet need good watering to thrive. Water once in 3 days in summer and space it even further during monsoon and winter.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has produced lots of offsets or it has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Propagation: It produces plantlets close to the mother. Use this to propagate.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

    Flowers: In late summer evenings, mature plants produce bright flowers.

  • Window Stars in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Window Stars (Haworthia Glauca) : Haworthia are very elegant and slow growing succulents. They thrive in desks and offices near well lit windows.

    Light: Moderate light is needed. But never in deep shade.

    Soil: Sandy with excellent drainage

    Watering: Very low watering. Haworthia is more tolerant to under-watering than over-watering. Water once a week.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once in 2 months is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has produced lots of offsets or it has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Propagation: It produces babies close to the main plant. Use a sharp knife and separate them from the main plant to propagate them.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

    Flowers: Blooms in Summer evenings.

  • Bunny Ear Cactus in Ceramic Pot

    QTY: Set of 2

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

  • Zebra Cactus – Haworthia attenuata

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Design details : This hardy pot is planted in a white ceramic pot.
    Size details : Height: 7″ with plant. Pot: 4″ wide; 3″high.

    Zebra Cactus: Is planted in a beautiful white ceramic pot that sets off the stripes of this eye catcher!

    Light: Thrives in strong light – both indoors and outdoors.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water once a fortnight. Tolerant to underwatering … but hates overwatering.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring or to pluck out its baby plants.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Jar Terrarium

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Design details : A pretty jar to brighten your day with green plants and a terracota mushroom

    Size : 5.5″ high; Base width: 5″ tapering to 3.5″

    Jar Terrarium : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle. This little jar contains an entire universe in itself.

    Sunlight: Place your terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Checking for condensation is the key. If the sides are never condensing, pour a half glass of water. If there is too much condensation that you cannot see your plants, then open the top of the container temporarily to allow it to dry.

    Pruning: Some plants tend to grow a little too much, usually happens when there is less light. In such cases, you can prune these run-away stems.

  • Paddle Plant in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Paddle Plant (Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora) : They are unusual succulents that have flat round leaves arranged in rosettes. The edges of these flat leaves gain a red colour when exposed to good Sun! This beauty is planted in an Indian made brown ceramic pot.

    Light: It can survive in full light as well as bright lighting.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Very low watering. These are drought resistant, yet need good watering to thrive. Water once in 3 days in summer and space it even further during monsoon and winter.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Propagation: Through leaf cuttings.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Small Jade in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : This small Jade is planted in a brown Indian ceramic pot.

    Jade Small (Crassula Ovata) : Jade plants are ideal to be gifted as house-warming plants and are supposed to bring good luck. The fact that these lovely plants are not at all demanding, seem to add to their appeal.

    Light – Place him in bright light or under direct sunlight to see him happy! But never place him in deep shade.

    Soil – Sandy with good drainage

    Water – Very less. Water once in 2 days during summers and once a week in winters

    Helpful Tips – Jades hate pampering and do not tolerate over-watering. Let the pot dry completely between watering.

  • Mini Succulent Spheres (Ice plant) Set of 3

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Design Details : One succulent (Ice plant) is planted in a transparent spherical bowl
    Size : Max width: 3″; Overall height: 4″

    Plant: Delosperma bruntherii (Yellow Ice plant)

    Mini Terrarium : A succulent terrarium is a collection of small succulents growing in a transparent, open container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Sunlight: Place your mini terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Pour a half cup when the soil color turns to a lighter brown.

    Maintenance: Most succulents produce babies in the sides, pluck these and propagate them

  • Succulent Cylinders

    Size: : 4″ wide; 6.5″ tall

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Design details : Two beautiful succulents are potted in a layered transparent cylinder

     

  • Succulent Pot

    QTY: Set of 2

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 days

    Design details : An eclectic mix of succulents in a white ceramic pot.
    Size : Height: 6″ with plant. Pot: 4″ wide; 3″high.

    Succulent Pot: Is an eclectic mix of small succulents in a white ceramic pot.

    Light: Thrives in strong light – both indoors and outdoors.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water every alternate day.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a year durinf spring is more than sufficient.

    Re-potting: If the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring or to pluck out its baby plants.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Wine Goblet Terrarium – 9 Inches

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Succulent Terrarium (Open Terrarium) : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed or open container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Watering: Succulents live in arid environments and need very little water, especially when grown in a terrarium. You can spray them with a light mist every week, or water them every other week with a tiny bit of water by dripping water near the roots. It is much better to underwater than overwater these plants, as overwatering can lead to rot, which will kill the plants. If the plants are not getting enough water, their leaves may start to shrivel and droop a bit, but they recover quickly once you water them.

    Light: Succulents like plenty of indirect light. They do well placed near a window that gets only indirect light for most of the day. Too much direct sunlight will burn the plants as the terrarium can get very warm.

    Maintenance: Succulents require little maintenance. To discourage rot, it is best to remove fallen leaves from the terrarium. It is also good to allow the terrarium to receive fresh air from an open window when the weather allows.

  • Mini Succulent Spheres

    QTY: Set of 2

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Design Details : One succulent (Haworthia) is planted in a transparent spherical bowl
    Size : Max width: 3″; Overall height: 4″

    Plant: Haworthia green

    Mini Terrarium : A succulent terrarium is a collection of small succulents growing in a transparent, open container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Sunlight: Place your mini terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Pour a half cup when the soil color turns to a lighter brown.

    Maintenance: Most succulents produce babies in the sides, pluck these and propagate them

  • Hanging Orb Terrarium (Pear)

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Hanging Orb (Open Terrarium) : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed or open container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle. These hanging orbs creates a unique ambience at your living spaces.

    Watering: This pear shaped glass terrarium has one Fittunia plant. This needs to be well watered. A light mist or direct watering will be needed based on evaporation. It may vary from 2 days to once a week.

    Light: This plant like plenty of indirect light. They do well placed near a window that gets only indirect light for most of the day. Too much direct sunlight will burn the plants as the terrarium can get very warm. In case of little light, the plant elongates in its search for light.

    Maintenance: Needs little maintenance if well lit and watered. Trim longer leaves and remove fallen leaves.

  • Fishbowl Terrarium – 10 Inches

    Height : 10 Inches
    Opening Width : 6 Inches

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Rain Forest Terrarium : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Sunlight: Place your terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Checking for condensation is the key. If the sides are never condensing, pour a half glass of water. If there is too much condensation that you cannot see your plants, then open the top of the container temporarily to allow it to dry.

  • Fishbowl Terrarium – 8 Inches

    Height : 8 Inches
    Opening Width : 4.5 Inches

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Rain Forest Terrarium : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Sunlight: Place your terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Checking for condensation is the key. If the sides are never condensing, pour a half glass of water. If there is too much condensation that you cannot see your plants, then open the top of the container temporarily to allow it to dry.

  • Fishbowl Terrarium – 6 Inches

    Height – 6 Inches

    Width – 3.5 Inches

    Quantity – 1 pair

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Rain Forest Terrarium : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Sunlight: Place your terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Checking for condensation is the key. If the sides are never condensing, pour a half glass of water. If there is too much condensation that you cannot see your plants, then open the top of the container temporarily to allow it to dry.

  • Succulent Mixed Bowl

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 days

    Design details : Ideal as a eye-catchy houseplant too!

    Succulent Mixed Bowl: Is a cubic bowl with assorted succulent plants in a row!

    Light: Thrives in strong light – both indoors and outdoors.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water every alternate day.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring or to pluck out its baby plants.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Fishbowl Terrarium – 4 Inches

    Height – 5 Inches

    Width – 2.5 Inches

    Quantity – 1 pair

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Delivered within 6 working days

    Rain Forest Terrarium : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Sunlight: Place your terrarium in a bright area with indirect sunlight, (ex. windowsill, well-lit workstations). These terrariums are a closed system; it can get too hot if placed near a direct heat source and the plants may burn.

    Water: A properly maintained terrarium can go for weeks or months without needing water. Checking for condensation is the key. If the sides are never condensing, pour a half glass of water. If there is too much condensation that you cannot see your plants, then open the top of the container temporarily to allow it to dry.

     

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  • Live Bouquet in ceramic bowl

    Placement: Indoor

    Design details : Live bouquet of green house plants
    Maintenance : Low

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

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  • Wine Goblet Terrarium – 12 Inches

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

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    Succulent Terrarium (Open Terrarium) : A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed or open container. Inside a terrarium’s walls, many natural processes may be observed: photosynthesis, respiration and the water cycle.

    Watering: Succulents live in arid environments and need very little water, especially when grown in a terrarium. You can spray them with a light mist every week, or water them every other week with a tiny bit of water by dripping water near the roots. It is much better to underwater than overwater these plants, as overwatering can lead to rot, which will kill the plants. If the plants are not getting enough water, their leaves may start to shrivel and droop a bit, but they recover quickly once you water them.

    Light: Succulents like plenty of indirect light. They do well placed near a window that gets only indirect light for most of the day. Too much direct sunlight will burn the plants as the terrarium can get very warm.

    Maintenance: Succulents require little maintenance. To discourage rot, it is best to remove fallen leaves from the terrarium. It is also good to allow the terrarium to receive fresh air from an open window when the weather allows.

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