Wooden Planters & Glass Terrariums
Wooden Planters & Glass Terrariums
If you are head over heels for everything rustic, you might be aware that there’s no better way to add that farmhouse flair into any setup than with wooden planters full of greenery. In case you don’t have any rustic containers in your attic, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to give up on your dreams. Luckily, our online store offers an extensive array of Wooden Planters & Glass Terrariums for home décor styling.
Made from natural fir wood, our wooden planters feature removable plastic liners that can hold dirt, sand, or vase filler, making them perfect wooden window flower boxes. Available in a variety of sizes and two basic shades – whitewash and natural – our square and rectangle wooden planters can fit the needed number of florals. Thus, whenever you need small wooden planters to fit a single succulent plant in a pot, you shouldn’t look any further than our 4'' square wood planter box set with removable plastic liners. Alternatively, if you are looking for a rustic container to house several flower pots, our 18''x6'' rectangular wood planter box set with removable plastic liners will definitely come in handy. With that being said, while our rectangular & square wooden planters, and glass terrariums work beautifully with our succulents, they can also be used as shabby-chic flower pots, window planter boxes, wall hanging planters, servers for candy, or even stylish containers for your sweet treats.
At tableclothsfactory, we understand that rustic-style celebrations are extremely popular with our customers. Since we always offer our best to help you bring your ideas to life, we’ve added these lovely Wooden Planters & Glass Terrariums into our product range. If these are exactly what you need, please don’t hesitate to drop by our selection and find the planter of your dreams!
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How to keep humidity in a glass terrarium ?
Ans: A glass terrarium can provide a close atmosphere of high humidity at an optimal level favorable to plants that grow under similar conditions like mosses, ferns, and foliage plants. Unfortunately, the same environment can be fatal to desert plants and succulents, as this will cause them to rot away soon. Due to the enclosed air condensation, it is advisable to restrict watering to once a week using a misting spray. If using a one-piece glass container like our round or oval wall hanging planters, it is easy to recognize if the air plant terrarium is dry and requires water. The soil is also visible through these glass terrariums, making it easier for you to test the condition of the soil by inserting your hand thru its opening.
2. What to plant in a glass terrarium ?
Ans: Foliage plants and plants that thrive slowly typically work best in glass terrariums like:
- Carnivorous plants
- Dwarf palms
3. How to hang a glass terrarium ?
Ans: a. Determine the location where you would want to keep your hanging planters garden. It can be anywhere you envision your indoor haven to be.
b. Once you have decided, find a stud and pre-drill holes to fit the hooks.
c. Screw the hooks into the ceiling.
d. Tie a jute string, fishing line, or even a colorful ribbon to the ceiling hook, then tie the other end to the glass terrarium adjusting to the height you want.
You can suspend our stylish air plant terrariums in groups, tiered fashion, or even create a focal point in the corner of your living room and embellish them with our enchanting fairy string lights.
4. How to make a wooden planter box ?
Ans: So instead of building your own rustic wood planter box centerpiece, check out TableclothsFactory's collection of magnificent wooden flower planters. With plenty of options to choose from, you're sure to find the right minimalist window planter box to match your style so that you can get started with your indoor greenery in no time, and feel close to nature at the comfort of your own living space.
5. How do you keep wooden planters from rotting ?
Ans: Prolong the life of your rustic planter box and preserve their natural beauty by making sure that your wooden flower planters has adequate drainage at the bottom. If not, you will need to drill a few holes to allow the water to drain properly. Using a potting mix that has sufficient drainage and is lightweight would also be helpful. Peat moss mixed with vermiculite or sand is the best option. Avoid using garden soil as they are too heavy and will compact together, which will limit water drainage. Furthermore, do not crowd your window planter boxes close together or up against each other on walls as this will prevent adequate air circulation.