NEO GLASS AIR STYLE ‘Longing For the Natural Habitat’

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In the tropical cloud forests of South America, there are trees whose branches are loaded with all kinds of epiphytes, such as mosses, ferns, bromelias and orchids.  I pictured such a scene in my mind while creating this piece.  With a combination of Terra Base L and Neo Glass Air W30×D30×H45 (cm), you can grow epiphytes that may look too big for Terra Base S and M and create a more dynamic layout.  Here, Lepanthes saltatrix unfolds its leaves and blooms pretty flowers. The air plant at the edge of the Terra Base is a small epiphytic orchid called Phymatidium tillandsioides. By adding vine ferns, the image of a tree trunk is further enhanced. It’s a lot of fun to recreate plants’ natural habitat, far away from you, with Terra Base.
DOOA Neo Glass Air W30×D30×H45(cm)
Clear Glass Cover for 30×30(cm)
DOOA Terra Base L

Barbosella handroi
Lepanthes calodictyon
Phymatidum tillandsioides
Lepanthes saltatrix
Cischweinfia sheehaniae
Humata repens
Wabi-Kusa Mat  Taxiphyllum sp.

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