I recently visited Westport, Connecticut’s Terrain. Ever since I heard about Terrain at Styler’s in Pennsylvania a few years back, I’ve been very curious. Anyway, as a big fan of Anthropologie and an avid gardener, I’m IN LOVE because everything about it is absolutely charming! The downside is that like its parent company, many items are pricey.
A year ago, I began my fascination with terrariums and was inspired by those at Terrain. So here begins my adventures as a terrarium momma. Alternanthera Thin Gold, Pilea Artillary Fern, Nertera Granadensis (Pin-Cushion plant), and Peperomia Glabella. It hasn’t been easy so far; my plants all need TLC at this time. The pin-cushion plant also had to be set aside from the rest of the terrarium. The thing I love about terrariums is that it inspires my creativity as I’m planning the themes they will have as well as mindfulness when I care for my lovely little biospheres. When maintained correctly, these ecospheres can nearly self-regulate.
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