Hanging Out Indoors in Winter

December 30, 2009 by


Looking for something a little out of the orbinary–like a low-maintenance indoor, organically grown, succulent garden in a glass orb? Spotted these 5.25″ planted glass spheres on Etsy. You can hang ’em alone or in groups, or set them down on a table as the bottom is flat. If you’re like me and forget to water your plants, these babies are for you. They contain drought tolerant succulents so, unlike your spouse or partner, they will likely hang around and give you pleasure even if you only pay occasional attention to them.

$40.00 by Still Lily Designs


  1. Kelly Z. said:

    Thank you for sharing my work on your blog, I am going to link back to it from mine and wanted you to know I appreciate the wee write up! The happiest of New Years to you.
    Still Lily Designs

    — January 3, 2010 @ 11:45

  2. Yolanda said:

    I got a rush when I saw this succulent glass image on your blog. Thanks for the great idea.

    — January 4, 2010 @ 20:23

  3. Kaarina said:

    I love these- very into the design of these particular ones…

    — January 5, 2010 @ 14:44

  4. Terrarium Containers said:

    What’s so cool about Terrarium Containers is that they are easy to take care of since you don’t need to water them that often. Also as a beginner you can often get them pre-planted and built.

    — February 24, 2011 @ 18:56

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