Old windows repurposed, terrarium, a solution to having plants in the house without a lot of soil or water that could cause damage to the hardwood floor. We have a garden room, but I want succulents, moss, orchids around the house in reused displays like this.
An old-fashioned dome makes a perfect container for tall plants. This group of insectivorous plants -- 'Scarlet Belle' pitcher plant, purple-blooming Mexican butterwort and Venus fly trap -- grows in sphagnum moss. The raised dome allows insects to enter.
Modeled after the Wardian cases first built for growing ferns in the early 1800s, this terrarium creates a warm, humid environment that encourages plant growth, no matter what the temperature outside. The terrarium is crafted from wrought iron with a pointed arch and cutout trefoil motifs. The glass doors close to help seal in moisture. Really unique indoor piece. Found at Gump’s also at Smith&Hawken. I like it's tall enough for the moth orchid!