This cinched glass vase is extremely sturdy and perfect for holding anything that you want to magnify and draw attention. The thick base makes this vase near impossible to tip over, while the cinched top make it easy to grasp and prevents slippage.
This versatile vase can serve as pen holder, air plant terrarium or to grow water-loving plant cuttings. Get a set of three for an eye-catching display.
It's a cool and airy accessory to desks, tabletops or window sills. It also makes for a memorable gift.
Glass Vase Dimensions: 4.5" x 4.5"
Air Plant - Their distinctive shapes are perfectly accentuated by the magnifying effects of glass. Easy to maintain, air plants enjoy medium - bright light. Submerge in water for 20min each week, then drip dry and return to the vase for display. If you order a set of 3 vases, we will include a set of different air plants, unless you want us to use a single variety (simply leave a note during check out).
Spider Plant Cutting - A 5-6" long cutting of a Spider plant. Keep the bottom 1/3 of the baby plant submerged in water and watch the roots start to grow in 7-10 days! Keep the cutting in a position with medium - bright light. Change out the water every 1-2 weeks to keep it sparkling fresh. If you order a set of 3 vases, we will include an extra cutting!
Philodendron Cutting - A 5-6" section of a Philodendron plant. Keep the bottom 1/3 of the cutting submerged in water and watch the roots start to grow in 10-14 days. Keep the cutting in a position with medium - bright light. Change out the water every 1-2 weeks to keep it sparkling fresh. If you order a set of 3 vases, we will include an extra cutting!
What is a cutting and how to grow it?
A cutting is a section of a plant that can be grown into a fully mature plant. We harvest cuttings for each order to ensure maximum freshness. The 'mother' plant will regrow itself, making cuttings the ultimate renewable plant source. Not all cuttings will root, however, just like not every seed germinates. This why we include an extra cutting just in case.
When a cutting's new roots reach 3-4" long, you can choose to pot them up in potting soil or keep them in water. Many water-loving plants such as Spider Plant and Philodendron and Pothos can grow indefinitely in water as long as you keep the water fresh every 1-2 weeks with occasional liquid fertilizer.