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Bottle Gardens

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Vines – Miniature vines can add a real sense of scale and an element of wild growth to a bottle terrarium.

You can use material such as gravel, pebbles or sand, you can also add a thin layer of activated charcoal at this point if you want. Bottle gardens are a great way to bring some greenery to spaces without room for a real, outdoor lawn or garden. It might take a little bit of planning to create your own, but I’ve never seen anything like this before and am personally very inspired!Some, known as rheophytes (including Anubias and Bucephalandra), grow in the wild beside tropical rivers, attached to stones. The carbon dioxide in the trapped air is used for photosynthesis, and the oxygen produced from photosynthesis is used for respiration and expelled.

Into a cleaned out ten gallon carboy, or globular bottle, which once contained sulphuric acid, he poured some compost then carefully lowered in a seedling using a piece of wire.This gravel-filled jar is very simple in design, but the different pinks and yellows in the foliage inside really make it a striking example. In the wild, Aerangis arachnopus orchids grow as part of the ecosystem in evergreen forests in the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Zaire. Aerangis punctata is an epiphytic orchid species, which can be found growing in central highland Madagascar, and also on the island nation of Reunion, at elevations between 900m and 1500m.

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