Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Air Plants and Terrariums

We interupt our regularly scheduled prom programming to bring you this special bulletin:

Sprout has stocked up on air plants and crafted some pretty cool terrariums!



Don't you just love these prehistoric worlds?! Quail eggs included, or perhaps the eggs are from teeny tiny dinosaurs...



There are 3 types of tillandsias or air plants - ones that will like a humid environment, ones the prefer a dry environment, and some that can cross back and forth between the two.



Mad scientist's garden?



Spanish moss is an air plant, did you know that? Of course you did!



Come check these out!




7 comments:

lisa said...

Worcester is very lucky to have a designer as creative as you in the neighborhood. Do you know what they get for designs like this in NY?

Sprout said...

Thanks Lisa! I'm sure I would be shocked by NYC prices, on everything!

Yvonne said...

Love air plants and have been thinking that I need to get some! Awesome designs Sprout!
-Yvonne @ Mayesh

flwrjane said...

We just got some air plants in but ours languish quietly in a large martini glass.

Yours, on the other hand, rock!

Sprout said...

Nothing wrong with languishing in a large martini...!

Connie Chandler said...

Question: Am converting my daughter's aquarium to a terrarium, the back wall will be corked or driftwood, and I'd like to have air ferns on that wall. Which kind should I use?
Thanks.
Connie

Sprout said...

Connie, staghorn fern comes to mind - there are smaller sizes that would work in your aquarium.

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