Bottle Terrariums

These and more terrariums can be seen and purchased at the Andersonville Galleria

http://www.andersonvillegalleria.com

Andersonville Galleria
Andersonville Galleria
Andersonville Galleria
Andersonville Galleria
Design Interior Plant: booth at Andersonville Galleria
Design Interior Plant: booth at Andersonville Galleria
Looking inside the terrarium
Looking inside the terrarium
Looking down into a bottle
Looking down into a bottle
at a white Fittonia
Looking from the side
Looking from the side
a close look at the fittonia in the bottle
a close look at the fittonia in the bottle
A different bottle with glass top
A different bottle with glass top
A slightly wider bottle
A slightly wider bottle
A collection of Bottles
A collection of Bottles
Bottles used as Terrariums
Bottles used as Terrariums
Bottle full of Baby's tears
Bottle full of Baby’s tears
Bottle full of Baby's tears
Bottle full of Baby’s tears
closeup
Bottle full of Baby's tears
Bottle full of Baby’s tears
closeup, see the roots in the soil

 

 

Hanging Terrariums

This November 11, 2016, Andersonville Galleria is having a 9 year Anniversary party 6pm – 10pm, I hope to see you there.

Andersonville Galleria is where you can see my work and purchase them as well.

http://www.andersonvillegalleria.com

Baby Air Plant
Baby Air Plant
Use of Marbles in Terrarium
Use of Marbles in Terrarium
Use of Marbles in Terrarium
Use of Marbles in Terrarium for decor
Use of Fittonia, Fig, & Air Plant
Use of Fittonia, Fig, & Air Plant
Hanging Teardrop
Hanging Teardrop with Air Plants
Air Plants up close
Air Plants up close
Hanging Terrarium
Hanging Terrarium

Air plants are very easy, only needing a once a week misting, and only bright light avoiding direct sunlight.

 

Plants used in Terrariums

 

Flower of Stricta in hanging
Flower of Stricta, an Air Plant in hanging glass globe
Starting young plants of: Maidenhair fern Adiantum, Baby's tears, Fittonia, Creeping moss
Starting young plants of: Maidenhair fern Adiantum, Baby’s tears, Fittonia, Creeping moss
Looking into the Jar
Looking into the Jar at Chamaedorea elegans  Parlor palm, Creeping fig, & Baby’s tears
Alsobia dianthfora Creeping Epicea
Alsobia dianthfora Creeping Episcia
Pink Fittonia Nerve Plant
Pink Fittonia Nerve Plant
Helxine soleirlii Baby's tears
Helxine soleirlii   Baby’s tears

 

Assorted Echeveria
Assorted Echeveria

 

 

White Fittonia Nerve Plant
White Fittonia Nerve Plant

 

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Begonia angelwing and Ficus repens Creeping fig

 

Selaginella kraussiana Trailing Irish moss
Selaginella kraussiana Trailing Irish moss
Peperomia
Peperomia

 

Moss Terrariums

Moss Terrarium Jar
Moss Terrarium Jar
Moss Terrarium Jar with plants
Moss Terrarium Jar with plants

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Moss Terrarium
Moss Terrarium,  Looking Down into Jar

Terrariums can be seen and purchased at Andersonville Galleria.

http://www.andersonvillegalleria.com

Moss Terrariums
Moss Terrariums, easy to care for when lids are closed, keeping moisture in.
Side View of Plants
Side View of Plants
Looking into the Jar
Looking into the Jar
Starting young plants
Starting young plants
Closed Glass Containers
Closed Glass Containers are best for Moss Terrariums.
Neon Moss
Neon Moss
Moss & Live Plants
Moss & Live Plants Terrariums
Different sizes & Shapes
Different sizes & Shapes
for Terrariums

 

Air Plant Designs

To see these and more items visit the Andersonville Galleria

http://www.andersonvillegalleria.com

Andreana Air Plant on Cholla Ghost Wood
Andreana Air Plant on Cholla Ghost Wood
Hanging Terrarium
Hanging Terrarium
Air Plants on Ghost Wood
Air Plants on Ghost Wood
Air Plants on Ghost Wood
Air Plants on Ghost Wood
Air Plants on Grape Vine
Air Plants on Grape Vine
Air Plants on Grape Vine
Air Plants on Grape Vine
Wood that has been sand blasted.
Tillandsia, Air Plants on wood
Tillandsia, Air Plants on wood
Tillandsia
Air Plants on Grape Vine
Wood, easy care, just mist 2 to 3 times a week.
Fun ways to use Air Plants
Fun ways to use Air Plants
Air Plants in a Twig Basket
Air Plants in a Twig Basket
Tillandsia
Air Plants in a Hanging Glass Terrarium
Air Plants
Air Plants in a Hanging Glass Terrarium
Silk Air Plant
Silk Air Plant in a Hanging Glass Terrarium
Silk Air Plant in a Jar
Silk Air Plant in a Jar
Tillandsia
Air Plants on a Branch
Tillandsia
Air Plants on a Branch as the way one may find them in a forest
Hanging Terrarium
Hanging Terrarium with live plants and an air plant

 

 

Fresh Air and Air Plants.

I love the four season weather, but here in Chicago some of those seasons can be brutal.  From the freeze of winter to the heatwaves of summer it always keep us on our toes.  That’s what makes indoor plants and gardens so much easier.  No worrying about what the weather conditions may be doing to our poor plants outside as you are in control of such things.  It is known  that not only do houseplants purify the air inside your home, but can enhance mood and of course add a pleasing aesthetic quality to any room in your home.  Air plants or Tillandsia as they are called are some of the easiest plants to care for.  These plants thrive on air and just need to be attached to something, or placed in any pretty container and sprayed with water or soaked occasionally in order to survive.  We have lots of beautiful air plant arrangements in our booth at the Andersonville Galleria so why wait for spring to arrive?  Just brush off those winter doldrums and stop by our booth and pick up a little bit of spring  and add beauty and fresh air to your home today.

 

 

Helping you to have success with your plants for home, office, and business. Consultant to help you with bonsai, orchids, gardens, containers, and terrariums.