Growing in popularity over the last few years, I’ve been seeing terrariums everywhere. And why not? They’re wonderful little displays of small, delicate plants perfectly arranged in an enclosed environment. Most terrariums I’ve seen have been in bell jars, bowls, apothecary jars, and mason jars. Lots of jars. Geometric terrariums have caught my eye as an alternative and more modern version of round terrariums.
Over the weekend, I went to one of my favorite shops in San Francisco, Paxton Gate. Among their collection of beautiful and unusual natural curiosities is a wide selection of terrariums, succulents, and air plants. They had several geometric terrariums on display, each tempting me to take one home. I ended up leaving the store empty-handed, but I’ve been itching to go back and snag one. I think it would be the perfect addition to my bedside table.
If you have any tips on growing a terrarium, share in the comments!