Plant compositions: Hemionitis Arifolia, Ficus Benjamins ‘Natasja’, moss, gravel, soil.
The tiny garden composition is created in Berlin inside of hand-made recycled eco-glass which might have tiny air bubbles within its structure. The capsule is closed with a cork lid.
Each capsule has its own name and personality, this is Peter:)
Peter is a little capsule, in straight glass-tube, with the smaller diameter – would fit perfectly to the office desk or to the small apartment.
Inside of the terrarium is a minimalistic composition based of two plants – a single seedling of Ficus benjamina ‘Natasja’ and Hemionitis Arifolia, Heart leaf fern.
Ficus benjamina ‘Natasja’ is a plant commonly known as weeping fig, benjamin fig or ficus tree. It belongs to the family Moraceae, native to Asia and Australia. This tropical fig cultivar has unusually tiny leaves that let us to create a small landscape inside of the glass.
Hemionitis arifolia is known as really challenging house plant (once it is outside of the glass). It loves humidity and shade and in our zone feels at best inside of the terrariums. This fern presents itself with dark green heart-shaped, therefore its (most) common name is a heart leaf fern, but it might be referred to by a number of names, including tongue fern. First identified in 1859, it is native to Southeast Asia (therefore its love to humidity:)
H: 30 cm, D: 15 cm
Each capsule is unique and may differ from the photos shown.
Short care tips of flaschengarten/terrarium:
Water 1 to 2 times a year on average depending on the moisture level of the moss.
Prune old leaves once needed.
Keep out of direct sunlight.
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