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Cut Glass Gem Terrarium

By Luludi Living Art

$65 More on the way

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Please Note: For agricultural reasons Luludi Living Art cannot be shipped to Hawaii.

A terrarium is equal parts living art and landscape. This cut-glass vessel is simple but striking, and it houses a tiny garden of pebbles, moss, a crystal, and an easy-to-care-for air plant. It’s a low-maintenance, attractive way to bring a small dose of green indoors.

  • Made in the USA: Astoria, NY
  • Materials: Glass, sand, crystal stone, moss, colored pebbles, and air plant (Tillandsia)
  • Care: Water plant every week and keep away from sunlight
  • Includes glass vessel, sand, pebbles, crystal, moss, living air plant, and plant care instructions
  • Easy to care for, great for the office or home
  • Please note: Terrariums are unique living landscapes, so finished pieces may vary. Returns are only accepted if product is damaged or defective
  • Dimensions: 4" D x 6"
  • Weight: 1 lb.

13 Reviews (4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Nice idea but...

7/25/2018 by Cindy

The plant died in about 3 months. I followed the instructions for care, but it still died.

1

Did not live up to expectations.

3/24/2017 by Sandy

Airplant looked dead when it arrived. Followed instructions including misting. Still looks dead. Beautiful container.

1

Disappointed with purchase

2/22/2017 by Elizabeth

I recently received the terrarium and the air plant looked dead to me. After following directions of soaking and drying, it still looks dead. There is nothing green like is shown in the picture. It looks dead, it acts dead, it is dead. This was an expensive try at "living art" as nothing is living in my terrarium. The cut glass is beautiful, although very small. It is highly overpriced, even if the plant was alive. Very disappointed with my purchase.More > < Less

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A low effort way to have a Zen moment.

About Luludi Living Art

Living Art

The plant décor from Luludi is like living art that brings a bit of calming greenery indoors. Each piece acts as a little oasis in busy lives, and can even serve as a meditative tool. Spiky green air plants stand out against the texture and shine of stones, crystals, and moss, whether in a cut-glass vessel or a Zen garden.

Founder Liza Fiorentinos has a green thumb, and then some. Before focusing on plants, she worked in office buildings, where the fluorescent lights and lack of greenery bothered her.

Liza knew the importance of needing even a small dose of peace and green in each day, and the benefits of plants—like how they help detoxify the air. Now she’s living her dream by creating large-scale plant installations for bigger spaces—and these pint-sized pieces to add some green to anyone’s home or office.