Sir Hooker House Terrarium

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Sir Hooker House Terrarium

180.00

While still retaining its roots in the classic style of the Victorian Wardian Case, we have updated the design for the modern indoor gardener. Perfect for a Mid Century Modern home, this terrarium is large enough to plant four or five of you favourite succulents or miniature plants in.  Each our terrariums are made from locally sourced reclaimed materials, and then handmade using traditional stained glass techniques  The Sir Hooker house features a 4 point pyramid hip roof, a clean symmetrical design, and the space to cultivate your own collection of rare plants. A wonderful gift for a birthday or wedding, or just something special for the plant lover in your life.

10"W x 10"L x 15" H

All terrariums include a fitted plastic liner.

Sir Hooker House is a tribute to Sir William Hooker, the director of the Royal Botanic Gardens from 1841-1865. He was responsible for convincing the British government to include botanists on expeditions – and within the first 15 years of the invention of the terrarium, he imported six times more varieties of flora to Europe than in the previous century. 

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