Explore the Tiny, Twisted Worlds of Terrariums

By Bethany Hubbard|Wednesday, August 06, 2014
RELATED TAGS: PLANTS, ECOLOGY

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Twig Terrariums in Brooklyn, NY, houses jars, beakers, orbs and vases plush with vibrant green mosses, succulents and plants. Take a closer look, and you’ll find that these living environments are home to tiny hand-painted figurines that bring each landscape to life. A welcome departure from the average house plant, terrariums are back in vogue and more creative than ever. Discover spoke with Twig founders Katy Maslow and Michelle Inciarrano about their whimsical and weird creations.

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