A really attractive and unusual way of growing plants indoors is to create a bottle garden. If carefully made a bottle garden can last a long time needing very little attention and with the great advantage that the plants do not get dusty and pests, draughts and fumes are excluded.
BOTTLE GARDEN - A small terrarium created in a bottle. A miniature eco-system.
BOTTOM HEAT - An arrangement used in propagation. Usually electric heating cables will run through the base of the propagation medium. Great for seed germination and cuttings.
Bottle Gardening: How to Make a Bottle Garden
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Simple and easy guide showing basic method to plant a bottle garden. Learn how a low maintenance garden in a bottle is made.
BOTTLE GARDEN: A form of terrarium in which a large and heavy glass container is used.
BOTTOM HEAT: Undersurface heat provided in the soil by electric cables or hot water pipes.
BRACT: a modified leaf, usually reduced in size or scale-like. Sometimes large and brightly colored.
Peperomia is a great plant for bottle gardens. It's also an undemanding plant for any living area. The foliage is neatly textured and corrugated. Green flower spikes grow on tall stalks out of the leaves.
A large and heavy glass vessel, originally designed for the storage of chemicals but now commonly used as a container for bottle gardens.
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