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How to Grow Flowers in Glass Containers?

Mar. 31, 2020

The charm of flower plants is the endless motivation for people to explore nature. Create your plant world in glass containers. People with childlike innocence like to build their imaginary world between square inches. Using these small materials to form a mini biosphere, they have their ecological cycle system just like a complete nature. As long as it is placed in the right place, the sealed glass container is like a small nature that can be watered automatically and can survive independently. Water comes from moist soil and flows down the glassware wall, keeping the ground moist and balanced. In addition to occasionally opening the bottle to ventilate the plants, and by the way observe the situation inside, you can safely put them at a home without much worry.

Any sealed glass or transparent plastic container with a full bottle opening that can be easily reached by hand can be used as a petri dish with a miniature view. But don't choose cacti and succulents. Although they also have short stature, they need a dry environment. Flowers can be held not only in glass containers, but also in Barrier Bags.

Clear Child Resistant Glass Jars

Clear Child Resistant Glass Jars

How to grow glass container plants? Materials: 0.95cm pebbles or pebbles; any transparent glass container will do; charcoal blocks or preservatives; light and mixed soil with multiple nutrients; all kinds of miniature plants that love indirect light and high humidity Variety; natural decorations, such as branches, rocks, shells, fruit pods, pine cones, mossy bark.

Steps: 1. Spread a layer of pebble with a thickness of about 2.5cm on the bottom of the glass container and sprinkle a handful of charcoal blocks to prevent the bottom of the bottle from becoming a swamp. 2. If the soil is dry, moisten it beforehand. Pour a 5-7.5cm thick layer of dirt and compact it by hand. 3. Dig a pit in the land of the container, remove the plant from the nursery bag, insert the hole, compact the soil around the plant, and eliminate the air pockets in the root. Insert the plants in this way and arrange the miniature landscape to ensure that the roots of each plant are covered by soil. 4. Slightly pour some water into the container and add natural decorations to decorate it. Dry items are not prone to bacteria. Close the lid and taste the plants in the bottle.

The glass jars used for growing flowers are not like Storage Glass Jars. It is best to use Clear Child Resistant Glass Jar. When growing plants in the bottle, pay attention to 1. Pick small plants: choose plant species that can thrive in humid environments. 2. Provide indirect light: Too much sunlight will burn the plants growing in glass containers, and lack of the sun is not suitable for plant growth. East and west-facing windows are best, and the location of the plant container should be moved frequently. Change the fresh air. Occasionally ventilate the plants in the glass container. Open the container every two weeks to dry for a few hours, and screw the lid back on. If there is no condensation on the glass, water the plants slightly. 3, repair the pocket garden: often take off flowers and leaves. Infected plants affect aesthetics, and they can easily cause fungal and bacterial infections. To keep the inside and outside of the glass container clean, wipe the wall of the container frequently. 4. Separation of excess plants: Trim the plants regularly. When ferns and tropical moss grow dense and become crowded, separate the excess plants as the material for breeding new glass container plants. 5. Prevent bacterial growth: When the fungus first appears, cover it with a paper towel and wipe it off completely so that the bacterial spores will not spread.

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