A Glass Dish Gathering

I had had this 12"d glass dish in stock for a while. Something had to be done with it. With the recent arrival of a variety of Tillandsia, and a decent supply of preserved moss, an air plant dish garden seemed in order. 

 

After rehydrating the moss, I gently wrung it out and made a nice thick bedding in the dish. Placing the air plants atop the moss was just as simple as the first step.  This piece was envisioned as a nice low centerpiece, but it would also be the rock star in your bright window spot. Come scoop this one up, or bring in your own glass piece and pick out some air plants for it. I'll hook you up with the moss for a very small fee. The current stock of air plants range in cost; $1.50, $4, $7, $13. 

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 Empty dish  

Empty dish  

 Submerge the moss

Submerge the moss

 Fluffy happy moss to work with  

Fluffy happy moss to work with  

 Then lay the bedding  

Then lay the bedding  

 Load it up, one massive airplant or many  

Load it up, one massive airplant or many  

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Go plants!