Tee Time Terrarium

This golf-themed sand garden features low-maintenance reindeer moss and air plants.
created by

Liza Fiorentinos

$48.00

created by

Liza Fiorentinos

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Mini Golf

If golf is your world, and life is just the time that passes between holes, then Liza Fiorentinos' desktop terrarium is the oasis you need to get yourself through the rest of the week. The miniature scene presents nature as it should be—a picturesque backdrop for a golf ball, ready to tee off—and living reindeer moss and air plants offer a breath of fresh air with almost no maintenance. Hand assembled in Astoria, New York.

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Made in New York

“Plants are great feng shui. They boost your mood, help you focus, detoxify the air, and bring a smile to everyone's face.”

After 15 years in Paris, Liza Fiorentinos was ready to come home to New York City, but she couldn't get the innovative vertical gardens she saw in the City of Lights out of her mind. Inspired by the calming effect natural elements have in manmade environments, her living art is brings nature indoors and counteracts the draining effects of fluorescent lights. "Plants are great feng shui!" she says. "They boost your mood, help you focus, detoxify the air, and bring a smile to everyone's face."

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
glass, sand, wood, reindeer moss, air plant
Measurements
4.5" H x 4.75" Dia
Care
Mist plant with water weekly.
Notes
Basic assembly required .
Item ID
42767

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Please note: This item is not available to ship outside of the U.S.

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Cool gift for dads

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Comments about UncommonGoods Tee Time Terrarium:

the tee and golf ball seemed too big for the glass container. would have been cuter if the glass container was bigger with more sand.

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