To say that I am a plant enthusiast is a little bit of an understatement. I have lived with, worked with, loved, watched, and grown plants for most of my life. My admiration has spanned from the pretty to the peculiar – garden roses and peonies to obscure orchids and woodland ferns. The one thing that has remained constant though, is my fascination with the entirety of the plant, not just the flowers and the leaves, but what goes on below the surface. The roots.
Perhaps this is why I am so taken with the these vessels from 10¹² Terra. They are hydroponic terrarium meets specimen jar. The name of the brand was inspired by the number of cells produced per day (10¹²) and was created by Daisuke Tsumanuma and Kenichi Yamada to create products that mirror the constant changes of life. Their terrariums are made for collecting and showcasing plants, and showcasing all of them – flowers, leaves, and roots alike. No longer do you need to ask how does your garden grow.