Shorewood-based garden store MOD GEN, terrariums are favored.
Assistant manager Jamie Bruchman offers grounding tips when creating
your terrarium, stating, "Most terrarium plants prefer shade or
indirect light and will cook under glass if given too much sun."
Therefore, terrariums are a generally simple way of growing plants due
to the fact that the environment outside of their containers could
realistically be anything — keeping in mind the amount of sun that
touches the plant, of course.
also aesthetically pleasing and suitable for the creative, visually
minded gardener. Assembly requires specific elements, including the
glass container, small pebbles, soil and the plant itself, but
additional accents and accessories can be added as desired.
commonly referred to as Japanese moss balls — is an alluring species
of green algae that grows in the shape of a sphere. While the lifespan
of Marimo can exceed 100 years, two essential recommendations are to
keep the plants in low to medium light and change the water every
couple of weeks. Beyond the resilience of Marimo,
these moss balls are beneficial in absorbing pollutants and
air plants, is a type of plant that doesn’t need soil to grow in, as
the leaves absorb the necessary water and nutrients. Constant air
circulation is important for these plants to thrive, along with a
consistent water misting every few days. There are various ways to
display air plants, but a fashionable way is to hang them from the
ceiling, providing an artistic element to your home.
The history of
hayracks dates back to when they were used years ago in barns to store
hay. They have since grown in popularity as planters to hang on
railings outside and can be effortlessly transformed season to season
with varying plants. Coco liner is most frequently used to fill the
hayrack, followed by soil and your choice of plants.
terrariums, indoor water gardens are assembled in much of the same
fashion — the difference being in the amount of water and soil in
the container. You can choose from a wide range of plants, which can
be fully submerged in the water, float on top of the water, or a
combination of the two. A tremendous benefit of indoor water gardens
is the effect they have on the quality of surrounding air
by adding humidity during
dry seasons and cooling the air during warmer seasons. M