Since spring has decided not to grace us with its presence yet (it's currently snowing outside here in Boston), I thought it would be nice to share something green. So today I'm going to bring you inside my home to check out some of the unique ways that I like to display houseplants.
This first one is a wall mounted test tube vase set that I made for a post over at DIYs.com. You can find out how to make it here. I like to put clippings from my pothos plant in the test tubes, and then transplant them to pots once they're larger.
Next is a hanging planter for tillandsia, more commonly known as air plants. This is another DIY of course, and you can check out the instructions here.
Next up is a gorgeous terrarium from Urban Green Makers, based in California. They offer kits along with fun extras like air plants, driftwood and even aroma wax to give your terrarium a custom scent.
Their products are fantastic, but I love their mission even more - for every terrarium kit purchased, they donate a tree in hopes of bringing more green into our world. Read more about their mission here, and check out their beautiful terrarium kits here.
Don't forget to consider unusual vessels like lab beakers - I bought this one at the Brimfield Antiques Fair last season.
You might even think about mounting a succulent right to the wall! I've watered this thing twice in the two years that I've had it, and it's growing more than any of my other plants! Go figure. Hope these ideas have inspired you to add some extra plants to your space!
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