La Esmeralda x Florality: Thriving Terrariums

Friday, June 6, 2014

Thriving Terrariums

I can't help but be drawn to the baby plants sitting in the corner of my local hardware store's nursery. For eighteen years in a desert, you think I'd get tired of them.

Though these tender succulents are foreign to many states they are wonderful to tend to as a house plant in any home, apartment, or dorm. Here's a couple eye-catching hints when planting your new baby succulents.

  1. Purchase a unique pot from Anthropologie here. Their pots start at $4 and are perfectly chic for any windowsill. I purchased the small pot from their Basket-Weave Garden Pot Collection for one of my cactus.
  2. Use a classy glass bowl. It's earthy, elegant, and bound to get compliments! Most craft stores have them in stock for a great price.

Plants help give life and energy to your space, so make sure you take care of them by following the instructions that come with them! Succulents and cactus don't need much water but they do need fast-draining formula soil and a sunny perch. Give them loads of love and they will in turn fill your life with down-to-earth vibes and a natural peace of mind.

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