3 glass terrariums
Lowe's Creative Ideas, Brian Francis

Graceful Globes

Line up a few of these tiny planters down the center of a table for a natural look. Or set them in a windowsill, where the globe will catch the sunlight and illuminate the bright-green succulents. The plants can grow in shallow soil, but you may need to replant them in larger pots if they become too big for the globes.

Step 1: Plant a small succulent or cactus in a 1-inch layer of potting soil in a 4-inch-wide clay saucer. Water lightly. Sprinkle pearl stone soil cover around the plant.

Step 2: Place a clear seeded-glass globe over the saucer. You can glue the globe in place or simply let it rest on the saucer.








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