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Plants in jars

Enhance your home decor with beautiful plants displayed in jars. Explore creative ways to showcase your favorite plants and bring a touch of nature indoors.
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Did you know that several houseplants can grow hydroponically – meaning they can survive in just a vase full of water? Here's a list of green friends that will thrive without any potting soil. 1. English Ivy Trim the leaves off the bottom half of a mature English Ivy plant. Fill a clear glass with lukewarm unchlorinated water. The best choice is bottled water, or water from a stream if you can find one. Submerge your cutting in the glass of water and place it in a warm sunny position, then…

hosta leaves and other greenery in glass vases.... for centerpieces. Also in small mason jars. Indoor Water Garden, Indoor Plants, Love Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Green Centerpieces, Centerpiece Flowers, Potted Plant Centerpieces, Centerpiece Ideas, Table Decorations

I have seen this idea several times in various ways in magazines, at my daughter-in-law's home, and in catalogs over the past few months....just greenery in glass vases. Here are a few places I have seen the greenery in glass concept: This one is from a recent issue of "Better Homes and Gardens". Here are some ideas from a Pottery Barn catalog. K. also has done greenery in glass...here is the post on her house in Birmingham. I used some real greenery and then some fake greenery too in…

Sesamie Bradshaw
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We’ve finally found a solution for people who love houseplants but don’t love when their feline roommates treat the fiddle leaf fig like their own personal litter box. Here are 15 herbs and houseplants that can grow hydroponically, meaning they can survive without potting soil, in just a vase full of water. Not only is this dirt-free method pet-friendly and low-maintenance, but it also happens to produce some stunning arrangements.

Audrey Cofield