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Grow SmallCultivating a terrarium garden
Verdant greens. Vibrant flowers. Tiny gardens, encased in delicate glass.
The first terrarium was created by happy accident. In the 1820s, Dr. Nathaniel Ward noticed a fern sprouting in a sealed glass jar. Over the next four years, the plant survived—and thrived. Such is the beauty of the terrarium’s tiny ecosystem. Complete and self-sustaining, it’s perfect for imperfect gardeners. So bring a bit of nature into your home with this collection of air plants, succulents and glass cases.
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