Thursday, April 30, 2009
Now that it's springtime, all I can do is think about plants of every kind. I can't walk past my garden without pruning, planting or weeding. I wanted to bring springtime inside our store so I made these terrariums this week out of antique apothecary jars. My daughter Hazy and I gathered different kinds of moss and stones in the woods and made little worlds inside by planting tiny ferns. I have always loved that a terrarium is a self sustaining environment that has a life of it's own. The moisture that forms on the glass adds to the atmosphere and mystery of what is inside.
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