DIY Sustainable Garden in a Bottle from Botanicly: Jar Large – Asparagus (Height: ca. 30 cm, Width: ca. 17 cm)


Product number: B600
Product information "DIY Sustainable Garden in a Bottle from Botanicly: Jar Large – Asparagus (Height: ca. 30 cm, Width: ca. 17 cm)"
  • DIY TERRARIUM SET: Your own garden in a bottle in just 4 easy steps! Clear manual with tips and information included! All materials are sustainable produced: A designer glass made in Italy, stones, moss and MPS-GAP certified plants. All components are delivered in well wrapped packages. A multilingual manual is included to help you assemble and design your garden in a bottle.
  • ABOUT GARDENS IN A BOTTLE: A garden in a bottle is a small miracle. It is a closed ecosystem and supplies itself (almost) automatically through a natural cycle. The plant absorbs moisture from the soil, which evaporates through the leaves and in return moistens the soil. Through this the garden in a bottle lives self-sufficiently. This terrarium is a wonderful gift for all those who long for a small piece of real nature and are looking for a stylish accessory for their home or office.
  • ABOUT THE PLANT: The plant in this pot is the Asparagus. It's actually related to asparagus, but this version doesn't form stems that are suitable for consumption. It doesn't like drought at all and therefore feels most comfortable in damp locations and is therefore suited for a garden in a bottle.
  • PLANT CARE: Your bottle garden supplies itself almost automatically, always leave the lid closed. But make sure that there is not too much and not too little moisture in your terrarium. The soil should be moist, but never wet. If condensation water collects on the walls of the bottle garden, it is too moist. Then you should open the lid for a few hours so that the excess moisture can escape from the ecosystem.

We love the calathea because of the spectacular leaf drawings that seem to be painted by hand. The leaves of this Amazon inhabitant rustle when moving and close at night, hence its nickname 'living plant'.

Height: 30