{Weekend Goodness} Desktop Garden D.I.Y

desktop terrarium

Our garden is green, shady and lush when it’s in full swing. Nothing beats the feeling of serenity, fresh air and abundant green life of an outdoor space.

You can bring those feelings inside to your studio space even if you don’t have big picture windows and lots of natural sunlight. I promise it will make your space feel fresher and more lively with all that green goodness.

Bring some spring inside to your workspace with this desktop garden d.i.y. or an open terrarium. I have used indoor plants but you could also use succulents, air plants or even herbs. Be creative and enjoy!

terrarium supplies


terrarium directions

Remember an open terrarium needs watering.  Tip: Choose plants that are similar in care and recommended lighting. Follow the individual plant’s care instructions and enjoy!

We would love to see how you bring the outside in! Share your desktop gardens with us in the comments or on Twitter and inspire each other to stop and enjoy the flowers this weekend. 


  1. Naomi says:

    This is a lovely idea, i am useless with plants those i have two catus’ one called Malcom i have had him for a couple of years and the other is twin catus. I always forget about them and water them when i can remember. I would love to see pics of anyone that does try this out.

  2. Debra Norton says:

    Thanks for your comments! Plants are new to my home. So far the indoor garden is thriving. I’m nurturing the very one you see in the photos 🙂 Wish me luck!

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