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7 Instagram Accounts To Follow If You Need Terrariums

You don't have to step out of your house to create your own mini-garden!

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Photography: Habilcrafts (Main Photo)

Container gardens and terrariums have become all the rage in gardening in recent years. No surprise there, since terrariums are the perfect “pocket gardens” for the increasing number of condo-dwellers.

Terrariums are simply a transparent container for live plants or animals; but these containers can be customized to suit various personalities and styles. Here are some local plant sellers who carry different kinds of terrariums.

Space Garden Plants

Their terrariums have a unique, ethereal quality about them, with freeform massings of moss and miniature plants in apothecary jars, architectural terrariums, and carved-out rocks.

Follow them on Instagram @spacegardenplants

Habilcrafts

Style Spotter Marvz Conti set up Habilcrafts five years ago, and continues to sell air plants and moss walls. His terrariums have a distinct cabinet-of-curiosities look with freeform arrangements of moss within antique-looking bell jars.

Follow Marvz on Instagram @habilcrafts

Succulents PH

These sellers work mostly with succulents, of course, but what really caught our eye were the beautiful, modern wood-and-glass terrariums that they customize.

Follow them on @succulentsph

The Greenhouse Project

Karen Argos started tending plants as a bonding activity with her eldest, but then it eventually turned into a business with her husband. Their simple, no-nonsense terrariums have a crisp and minimalist air about them.

Follow them on @thegreenhouseprojectph

Terrarium Corner

Their quirky, earthy terrariums are one-of-a-kind. Some of them even have tiny cottages, pathways, and miniature animals embedded among the plants.  

Follow @terrariumcornerph on Instagram

Smarty Plants

Jamie Lyn Arcega was one of the pioneering succulent and plant sellers on Instagram, and occasionally holds terrarium-making workshops at bazaars and events.

Follow them on @smartyplantsph and visit them at The Craft Central, Greenbelt 5

Feathers and Twigs

They carry a limited selection of echeveria and tillandsia terrariums in cheeky, up-cycled containers like champagne glasses and coffee percolators. Bohemian-style dream catchers are also up for sale along with the plants.

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Follow @feathers_and_twigs on Instagram

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