Wednesday, 18 Oct, 2017
Terrariums are making a stylish statement in luxury hotels, restaurants and in the receptions and board rooms of blue-chip companies thanks to our help. These exceptional planters offer a wonderfully unique and interesting way to display a variety of plants such as succulents, air plants, moss & more.
Terrariums enjoyed popularity in the 1970’s and they’re making a comeback on a massive scale. We’re glad because we think they look great and we love making them too.
As more people discover the benefits of planted terrariums we’ve noticed an increase in our requests to supply them to hotels, facilities management companies, offices & beyond. They’re on trend, easy to maintain and make a big impact to impress clients, employees and visitors at your place of business. They’re also a real conversation-starter to get people speaking and engaging with your brand.
If you’re unsure what a terrarium is, it is defined in the dictionary as: a glass container, chiefly or wholly enclosed, for growing and displaying plants. Terrariums are usually closed or partially closed glass containers such as fishbowls, jars or vases containing soil, stones and a variety of plants. Due to the popularity of terrariums they now come in all shapes & sizes, allowing you to choose the style and plants appropriate for your space.
We are always on the lookout for talented florists and plant technicians with great attitude so get in touch if you think you have something to offer! Email us at email@example.com or call us on 0845 505 3333. Alternatively click below to fill in a contact form and request a brochure or call back.
Innovation is a core element in the design and specification for interior planting schemes, which demand a practiced understanding of light & humidity with appreciation of the balance between aesthetic and functional impact...
MANAGING DIRECTOR, RIZON JET