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Reduced from $118. Sale ends October 31.

Inside this large 12" high apothecary jar fresh live moss is thriving in it's own little ecosystem. Moss is a very easy plant to take care of, comparable to the ease of cactus care. The main difference is the amount of humidity and moisture the two need. Cactus are known to need dry conditions while moss needs moist conditions at all times. The sealed glass container acts as a mini ecosystem, or biological system consisting of many organisms that exist in mutual dependence with the other organisms in the system. Tiny microscopic organisms in the soil and the moss itself break down any waste components. The jar traps the moisture inside allowing the moss to thrive.

Included are 3 little forest folk completely handmade and painted. Original design by artist Patricia Buzo of Doodle Bird Imaginariums.

As with all my terrariums this one comes with complete instructions on care.

***This item is over-sized and heavy which is reflected in the shipping cost. Goes out well protected, Priority 2 day Mail***

Poof! Poof!
Are you here?
zim zim zim!
We appear.

Poof! Poof!
Doodles are we.
Tiny men
Of mystery.

Poof! Poof!
If you try,
The hand is quicker
Than the eye.

Poof! Poof!
In the air.
Bim-sal-a-bim!
There is nothing there.

Poof! Poof!
Whim and wham.
Watch what happens,
Alla-ka-zam!

Poof! Poof!
If you yawn,
zoom zoom zoom!
We are gone.

SALE The Forest Folk of Fernlily Wood Large Terrarium

Overview

  • Materials: moss, apothecary jar, polymer clay figurines
  • Feedback: 1479 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Minnesota, United States.
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