5.5 Inch Glass Terrarium with Two Open Ends

double open ended large glass globe terrarium
double open ended large glass globe terrarium with sand and tillandsia aeranthos air plant

5.5 Inch Glass Terrarium with Two Open Ends

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  • This is a large terrarium with a flat bottom that is perfect for table-side accents, centerpieces, or gifts. Add your own medium such as sand, stones, moss, seashells, starfish, and air plants to make a tiny ecosystem. There are two openings on opposite ends so you can easily arrange your new designs. Perfect for displaying small to medium sized plants. 

  • Product Highlights:

    • Large Hand-Blown glass terrarium only
    • No plants or design medium included
    • Perfect for small and medium-sized air plants
    • Double sided access 
  • Width Height
    5 inches  5.5 inches
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  • Care cards are included. You can also download our Free E-Book

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Quick Care Guide

Air plants like consistent, bright, indirect light. Avoid full summer sun.

Soak your air plants in water for about 30 minutes once a week for full hydration.

Make sure your plants dry completely before placing them back in a display or globe.

Never plant your air plants in soil. This will induce rot.

Air plants prefer temperatures between 50–90°F. If you're comfortable, they're comfortable.

Are you new to air plants? Don't worry–we have you covered.

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