Decorate Your Table with this Easy Moss Garden Terrarium Centerpiece

I love a beautiful flower arrangement and you can easily make one on the cheap, but if you are even the tiniest bit busy or lazy or distracted, you’ve probably let yours sit out until it’s brown, wilted, smelly and actually making your table uglier. So for you, I offer a brilliant table topper: The mini moss garden. Inspired by the moss garden at my own home, this deconstructed terrarium is made from craft moss and just one succulent (a hard-to-kill plant) so it requires very little maintenance for year-round green in your dining room.

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Moss Centerpiece

You will need

  • plant container

  • plant (succulents or ferns)
  • floral foam
  • rocks

  • various floral mosses

  • craft knife

Method

  • Using craft knife cut floral foam pieces to fit inside container. Place in container making sure to leave space for dirt to hold plant.
  • Remove plant from its pot and place into container in space left open between floral foam.
  • Using mosses and rocks, cover top of floral foam until a moss “bed” is created inside container.
  • Water or mist as needed.
Easy Moss Garden Terrarium Centerpiece
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This will always be my favorite picture of my mom, because it displays the sheer joy in her face as she reaches for her favorite present-- a roll of twenties. Happy Mother's Day, Terri. You really are the best! ❤️❤️❤️ (And Happy Mother's Day to anyone else reading this, if it applies. And if it doesn't, have a fabulous Sunday!)

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