Synopses & Reviews
CREATE ADORABLE GARDENS IN INGENIOUS VESSELS
Add style, nature and a touch of whimsy to your home with one-of-a-kind terrariums. Terrariums Reimagined shows how to make and maintain arid deserts, flowering jungles and lush landscapes in unique containers, such as:
• Milk Bottle
• Mason Jar
• Tea Pot
• Wine Bottle
• Light Bulb
• Glass Soda Bottle
• Decorative Vase
• Whiskey Bottle
Author Kat Geigers unique approach to designing mini gardens in glass makes it easy to turn imaginative ideas into stylish showpieces, blooming decor and fabulous gifts. This book provides everything you need to know about making terrariums, whether youre a novice or an expert, including step-by-step photos, helpful gardening advice, and tips and tricks on how to find the perfect repurposed vessels for your creations.
Add a personal touch of whimsy and style to your home or office with delightful bursts of green life
Green in every sense of the word, this book shows how to capture the modern craze of displaying innovative plant combinations in miniature glass-enclosed gardens and then goes a step further. Instead of bulky pet tanks or expensive store-bought containers, the projects in Terrariums Reimagined give old glass containers a new purpose by recycling them as elegant frames for this living art.
With easy step-by-step instructions, 25 fun and crafty projects, and 30 beautiful color photos guiding the way, you can create colorful displays of ferns and flowers that flourish inside unusual vessels, rustic jars, and charming pots. This book gives you great gardening advice, such as which plants can survive under glass, the most effective way to harvest moss, and how to care for and maintain terrariums. It also includes tips and tricks on how to scavenge the perfect vessels and tools.
About the Author
is an artist, gardener and self-proclaimed design junkie who has been creating terrariums since 2001 for shops and large corporations, including Levi Strauss and Nvidia. Her work has appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle
, SF Gate
, The Oakland Tribune
, Apartment Therapy
and many online publications. She lives in Reno, NV.