Japanese sand garden
I promised to show you how we made our Zen Garden tools. We needed our trusty glue gun, our garden scissors, some sticks and twigs, an acorn cap and a shell. First, the rake. I used my garden scissors to cut a twig for the handle, a smaller twig for the rakes head and 5If you want to read more...click here
DIY mini zen garden with succulent. How to: Select a container from your local garden centre, home decor or craft store (glass looks fantastic also). Get white, fine sand (try terrarium or aquarium sand from your local pet store) and select a small succulent or cactus. Fill the container 3/4 with the sand, add your plant, leaving it in it's container, then top up with sand so it covers the lip of the plant container. Give it a gentle shake to even out the sand surface then grab a pen or h...
Like mountains to stones Nature reveals and repeats In scales large and small Japanese dry garden inspired series of geometric terrariums featuring 3 varieties of moss and 3 varieties of plants including Nepenthes (pitcher plant). Custom built and commissioned. Drop me a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to commision my terrariums to suit your living or work space. #ohsummossum #moss #mosses #terrarium #terrariums #terrariumlove #mossterrarium #mossarium #teraryum #homedec