Bringing the outside in doesn’t always require green fingers and these glass domes are perfect for low-maintenance cacti and succulents. Wardian cases were the precursor to the terrarium and were invented by Dr. Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward in the early part of the nineteenth century following an accidental discovery. Perfect for plants, but they can have many other uses. They make great decorative covers for cakes as well as perfect casing for artistic displays.
Supplier Info: This employer provides employment for over two hundred men, forty of whom are factory workers, fifty are cottage home workers and the rest are sub-contractors. In addition to statutory wages the workforce benefits from overtime payment, medical insurance and assistance with food and lodgings. The local area benefits from much needed rural investment and employment due to this company’s efforts. They also implement environmental measures such as recycling waste, using recycled wood in some products, they have their own water supply and the factory is a non- polluting operation. The company are proud that they have created a friendly working environment and that their staff are hardworking individuals. The future for them is looking bright and they are aiming high.
Why we love this product!
- Fair Trade
- Perfect for low-maintenance plants
- Good for artistic displays
- Three sizes
B: Diameter: 24cm Height: 33cm
Hand-painted Eco Mix Parrots not included.