House plants are having a revival and terrariums are particularly on trend at the moment. This is great, if you're green fingered, but have no garden. You can use them to create your own little mini indoor landscape. I've just returned from West Elm's Spring Summer launch and they have a particularly lovely selection of terrariums on offer, the glass in the ones shown above is moulded around their tree stump stands so that each one is unique.
This vase shaped receptacle with a rounded concrete base will make a lovely table centre piece and whatever you choose to plant within should last a lot longer than cut flowers.
This little brass terrarium will look lovely on a window sill and for extra wow factor go for three in a row. Fill the base with soil, conceal this with gravel, then add a hardy cactus or other succulent.
If you've scarce table-top space, opt for a hanging terrarium instead. This little bauble can be suspended from a ceiling beam or from a wall. And, unlike many other options, it comes with the plants and base layers that you need to create a terrarium garden.
Whilst this has to be the smallest little mini glazed garden you will ever find. This tiny orb of real moss is so small it's been made into a necklace.