Fresh and modern, the terrarium glass containers in these Trussels and Terraza designs are made up of a stone base and glass topper with opening. Each large glass terrarium is a functional planter for small succulents, cacti or even flowers that can grow contained. Glass terrarium jars are also an innovative way to display keepsakes, cut flowers or thematic and regional accents like seashells and coral.
A large glass terrarium is primarily a way to bring the outside in, by allowing a small growth space for plants inside. The generous openings atop these terrarium glass containers will ensure that air can enter and circulate throughout the container for healthy growing of small plants. Many of our customers prefer to fill glass terrarium jars with combinations of rocks and small succulents that require only a small amount of water to thrive.
Our glass terrarium jars featured below are sold with a stone base and glass terrarium top. Rocks and plants are not included in the purchase. All orders ship with care.
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Glass terrarium jars on a stone base combine two distinct materials for a truly cohesive beauty. Each large glass terrarium rests atop a sturdy stone groundwork featuring rich color, shape and texture. Designed to show interesting contrast, the glass then flows elegantly and seamlessly from the robust base as if it almost floats above like a light cloud. Both design and materials make these terrarium glass containers an exciting option for indoor planting and design.
A large glass terrarium can easily be turned into an unexpected accent for your dining room table, a living room display shelf, or atop a coffee table in the sunroom. With glass terrarium jars available in two unique shapes – the Trussels and the Terraza – customers have their choice of silhouette. The Trussels Terrarium Glass Containers evoke the feeling of an old mason jar reimagined as a flourishing garden enclosure. And the Terraza has an appeal all its own with convex curvature that playfully bubbles out, only to slim back down at the opening.
Each of the glass terrarium jars pictured above can be applied inside or out, with optimal outdoor use under an overhang or other covered applications. Although a large glass terrarium can definitely go outdoors, many of our customers find that the joy of terrarium planting comes through the ability to create innovative indoor arrangements. And this is not restricted to plants only. Many terrarium enthusiasts find that these enclosures are the perfect individual display case for trinkets, keepsakes, seasonal decorations and all manners of other small-scale decorative pieces.
Terrarium glass containers on stone bases are sold with two pieces: a stone base and glass enclosure. Each glass dome is sized to accommodate that specific base for a tight and even fit. Openings at the top of the terrarium ensure that air is allowed to enter the enclosure and circulate to any plants growing inside. As for materials used at the base of plants, glass terrarium jars are easiest to plant with a layer of moss or rocks lining the bottom. Rocks and plants pictured are for the purpose of example only – these are not included in the purchase of a terrarium.