Ferns & Terrariums | Creating a Glass Covered Green World

After posting my moodboard inspired by succulents and the DIY rock garden, the images of the small courtyard, and especially those fresh green ferns, didn’t leave my mind. Continuing this green theme, I started a new Pinterest board, and as I was pinning away I discovered lots of unique ways to arrange the green in your home, and my favourite discovery was to display plants by using terrariums!

I love that they come in all kinds of different sizes and shapes, and I’m not the only one, because you see them everywhere these days! They’re low maintenance, versatile, and easily allow you to create a tiny glass covered green world.

Ferns originate from subtropical regions like Southeast Asia and South America, are happiest in a humid climate, and purify the air which in turn helps to create a healthy humidity in your home.

Watch the video in this post and learn how to make your own terrarium. A beautiful row of different sized terrariums is almost like a work of art, and as ferns variate in size, colour, and shape, you can combine them endlessly, making your collection all the more fascinating.

Prefer to watch the video in English? Ferns at home

Written in collaboration with http://Mooiwatplantendoen.nl where you can also find more info on Ferns and many other plants

Pictures via http://Mooiwatplantendoen.nl | Translation: WRDS by Santina