The Mendel Terrarium
For all the Art Deco fans, this terrarium would be a great addition to your home, giving a classic victorian wardian case a twist with a fun deco roof. A great planter for your taller items, we love putting our orchids in this piece, or any other indoor plants that deserves a special home. With a tall design that is narrow enough to fit on a bookshelf, it is a great gift for those that have a little less counter space. Show off those succulents and air plants you've been hoarding or if this is your first terrarium go nuts with all of the great miniature plants that are available today. This planter is sure to make you smile and bring a bold modern design to your indoor garden. The Mendal wardian case features a distinctive geometric roof design with art deco styling.
Content + Care
- 6" W x 12" L x 18" H
- Includes a fitted plastic liner
- Made in Detroit
- All LeadHead Terrariums are made to order by LeadHead Glass
- LeadHead Terrariums are not included in any free shipping promotions that Pure Detroit offers
- Shipping is $20 per terrarium to ensure safety of glass
- Terrariums are shipped via FedEx from Leadhead. Delivery is expected 2-3 weeks after the purchase.
LeadHead Glass Terrariums are handcrafted out of reclaimed glass and wood from deconstructed homes in Detroit. We model our terrariums after 19th century Wardian Cases, with an updated design. The Wardian case was originally used to transport exotic plants around the globe, and is an ideal environment to raise your own miniature garden in!
LeadHead Glass Terrariums are as unique as the glass and wood it comes from. Each one is made using responsibly sourced materials from hand deconstructed homes. Our commitment is to recycle and reuse our local resources by creating fine American-crafted terrariums.
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