Globe

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Globe

from 210.00

Globe is a handblown terrarium designed for low maintenance varieties of plants and aquatic plants. More info below & project link here.

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Please note Globe does not come with any plants or soil. Planting it is half the fun!

Features include:

  • 12" or 8" handblown glass globe.
  • Option of Integrated dimmable LED
  • 1/16" steel cable.
  • 360 degree view.
  • Please allow 2-3 weeks production lead time. 
  • Free shipping within the US/International shipping available.

When it comes to planting your Globe we recommend a layered system. Start with a few layers of small stones, pebbles or gravel. This will help with drainage and avoid root rot. Then add charcoal for water filtration. Add a decent amount of soil suitable for your desired plant - cacti and succulents like a different type of soil than moss and ferns.
    When you are ready to plant your plant, dig a small hole big enough for the roots of your plant, push the plant into the soil and begin to compress the soil around the plant to hold it in place. You can leave the soil exposed or cover the soil in sand, bark, pebbles or other decorative elements. You may notice some mold early on after planting, especially if you included some wood as decorative elements, this will come and go as the wood becomes part of the environment.  
  Water only once every few weeks. A small amount of condensation is normal, excessive condensation may indicate over watering. Do not install in direct sunlight.

PLANTING YOUR GLOBE: