Saturday, April 06, 2013

Terrarium Workshop@ The Plant Story

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Before going to bed on Friday night, hubby announced that he is going to bring me to a surprise event the next morning. Despite asking him repeatedly, he refused to disclose what he has up his sleeves. hmmm....

The next morning, he brought me to The Plant Story@HortPark. The surprise event was hosted by Marriage Central, it was a special treat for couples to spend some quality time together at a Terrarium Workshop. awww....

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Hubby was one of the fastest fingers to sign up. Together with 21 couples, we 'grew' house plants in a bottle. The terrarium is low maintenance and only needs watering once every six months! Good for lazy gardeners like me. :D

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Ideas for an Air garden

The Plant Story conducts group workshops upon request. It has a cafe within its premises too, offering healthy bites and refreshments.

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My Terrarium

I get to bring home my terrarium. It's sitting on my desk right now. If it survives two months later, I will add more plants and decorative accessories to it. :P


The Plant Story@HortPark
Opened : 12noon to 7pm on weekdays, 11am to 7pm on weekends and public holidays
Closed on Wednesday

13 comments:

  1. My aunt used to have these. And I still keep a book on how to cultivate/grow them.

    This bring back memories ECL. Just like that snack shop you posted earlier. :)

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    1. Terrariums are cool! Now that I live in a small apartment, it is possible to still grow plants or keep gardens ..... in a bottle. Best is no need to water them everyday. :P

      I am going to get a how-to book on terrariums too.

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  2. What a great idea ! and the results are beautiful.

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    1. Yes, learnt how to bring greenery indoor and take care of house plants.

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  4. I remember some of my grade school had terrarium in there class room. At times I thought of having a terrarium or a green house sort of off my sliding glass door.

    Coffee is on.

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    1. Wish there was a lesson on terrariums in my grade school. :)

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  5. Wow...this is really fascinating...but why 2 months?

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    1. I don't have green thumbs, so most of the plants I bought died within two months. haha .....

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  6. I used to learn about this in secondary school. Unfortunately I have never tried it before. :D

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    1. Try this at home, your kids will be fascinated too. Use a large aquarium. :)

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  7. looks like a wonderful event. good luck with your new terrarium.

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