4” Glass Globe Live Air Plant Terrarium with Pyrite and Agate Gemstone Accents

Terrariums are a beautiful way to bring nature into your home or office. Air plants are unique in that they do not need to be planted in soil, they can live in almost any display as long as they are watered weekly.

This beautiful terrarium contains a 1” air plant accented with beautiful Pyrite and Agate gemstones and pebbles. The globe has the option to hang with the attached twine or hs a flat base that will sit on any flat surface. A generous 3 ½” opening, makes it easy to care for your air plant, instructions for care are included with your purchase. This is a beautiful, low maintenance plant addition for any plant lover, whether you have a green or black thumb.

What is inside your Terrarium:

  • Tillandsia Air Plant: A lovely little plant in the evergreen family that gains most of its nutrients from the air.

  • Pyrite: More commonly known as Fool's Gold is a protective stone that shields from negative energy. Pyrite is an iron sulfide mineral found all throughout the world. Pyrite corresponds to the solar plexus chakra, boosting this energy center and increasing one's vitality immediately. It enhances willpower, helps instill a "can-do" attitude, increases mental clarity and focus.



    • Boosts Vitality and Willpower
    • Enhances Creativity and Confidence
    • Increases Mental Clarity and Focus
    • Promotes Positive Attitude and Assertive Action
  • Agate: A beautiful aura cleansing and stabilizing gemstone. Agate is able to enhance mental function, increasing the ability to concentrate, have a more grounded perception of experiences, increase analytical abilities and can soothe and calm inner turmoil.


    • Calming and Soothing to the Subtle Body
    • Facilitation of Universal Love
    • Balancing and Stabilizing

*Air Plants are have simple care instructions: Soak in water once a week for approximately 10 minutes, air dry upside down for 24 hrs then flip right side up and put your little plant back in its home. Leaves will start to curl in when they are getting to dry, letting you know it is time for another dip.

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