Aimee shares her Terrarium skills with us at the School

Check out our new dining table features at the Seafood School. One of our very talented staff, Aimee, has been spreading her creative influence at the School.
The first terrarium was developed by botanist Nathanial Bagshaw Ward in 1842 when he accidentally left one of his jars unattended. A fern seed grew and germinated into a plant. The trend spread throughout the Victorian Era amongst the English. They have continued to be popular on and off over the years and have recently been making a comeback.
A terrarium is a type of miniature ecosystem of plants. The glass provides both heat and light and the use of succulents planted into the correct soil/stone blend means they require little watering and are very easy to maintain.
Thanks Aimee!


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