A Beginner’s Guide to Terrarium Gardening: Succulents, Air Plants, Cacti, Moss and More! (Contains 51 Projects)
Add a touch of green to your office, bookshelf, coffee table or dorm room with these adorable mini ecosystems!
A Beginner’s Guide to Terrariums shows you how to create your own glass container gardens with easy-to-understand instructions and over 230 inspiring lifestyle photos.
With this guide you’ll learn all the basics, including how to:
Decorate using a variety of plants
Combine plants, rocks and other objects to achieve just the right look
Choose the right container for your plants
Care for a variety of plants, including low-maintenance ones like succulents, air plants and mosses
This book includes 51 projects that teach you how to create a wide variety of terrariums-from open-air containers, like bowls, to jars and hanging decorations. No matter how you choose to display them, terrariums are a whimsical, easy and inexpensive addition to your home.
|Dimensions||216 × 279 mm|
Sueko Katsuji is a plant and landscape stylist who designs arrangements and displays using plants and dried flowers. She also is a writer and teaches plant and flower arranging techniques.
Motoko Suzuki is a florist, flower designer and proprietor of Tokyo Fantastic Omotesando, a store based on the concept of "Flowers, Green and Great Japanese Items."
Kazuto Kihara designs and creates displays and installations using live plants and is the founder of Green Bucker, a company based on the concept of "True Healing."
Yuya Ohyama is manager and designer at the indoor green (plants and design) brand PiantaxStanza, and has developed everything from gardens for private homes to large rooftop gardens for commercial buildings.