Artificial Succulent Terrarium

This product has been discontinued.

Categories: Plants, Cactus & Succulents, Desktop Plants, Office Plants

Reviews & Questions

Here's Everything You Need To Know

What options are there?

The succulent terrarium is available in three stylish designs all with their own selection of realistic faux succulents. Each glass terrarium measures 15cm tall and 9cm wide making it the perfect size to fit on your desk or coffee table.

Will you be able to tell it’s not real?

The succulent terrarium is designed to look incredibly authentic. The terrarium itself is glass instead of plastic and houses three faux succulents manufactured from durable plastic in a variety of natural shades and styles. Each of our terrariums is complete with authentic looking moss and soil for a lifelike finish that looks anything but artificial.

Where should you put it?

This cute artificial eco-system is designed for indoor use only. We think it looks best when used in a modern interior on a sideboard, shelf, bedside table, desk or coffee table for a small yet fashionable pop of colour. It would look most natural in a bright space on your window sill or in a conservatory, although avoid placing it in direct sunlight as real succulents are prone to becoming sunburnt over time. Fortunately being artificial means that your terrarium will look amazing no matter where you decide to use it!

When the succulent terrarium arrives, this is what you need to do:

Your order will arrive securely packed in a strong cardboard box. The terrarium may be wrapped in extra protection to protect its glass dome, which should be recycled. When it arrives, open the box and remove your artificial plant. In the unlikely case that your terrarium is damaged, please contact us as soon as possible.

Did you know?

The secret to real terrariums is the continuous rain cycle of moisture evaporating, condensing on the terrarium walls and dropping back down to the soil below. The first terrarium was created by accident in 1842 by Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward, a botanist who had incidentally left an unused jar unattended, to which he found a small fern growing within the glass.

Looking for something else?

If the succulent terrarium isn’t what you’re looking for, view our full range of small desktop plants here.


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