Buying for the home
Whether buying for yourself or someone else, our terrariums and indoor plants are super easy to look after. There are so many different types of indoor plant creations from Leaf & Moss so any different plant can be suited to your level of attention toward your indoor plants.
Airtight terrariums are glass gardens that are fully enclosed with either a stopper or lid of some kind. The water cycle within the glass means that you don't need to water them. EVER. As long as they are kept out of direct sunlight, these terrariums thrive in moderate light inside the house.
open 'Green' terrariums
These types of terrariums are what I call terrariums with lush green plants and are not airtight. These types of terrariums are perfect for the tinker of plants who cant leave them alone. These terrariums benefit from a spray of water once or twice a week and need a little more maintenance than the others. Unlike the succulent terrariums, these plants will not die easily from overwatering (although it still is unadvisable).
Succulent terrariums are ones with cactus in them and other types of plants that need hardly any water. These types of terrariums benefit being forgotten about as the idea that cacti are hard to kill does not apply to terrariums. Due to the fact that there is no drainage in a terrarium, the excess water will rot the succulents so leaving them to dry right out is actually beneficial for them. Perfect if you forget!
Kokedama is a Japanese Moss Ball where the roots of the plant are bound by mosses and twine. Leaf & Moss use hardy plants that will take a fair amount of neglect before they will be sad. To water a kokedama, the whole ball needs to be soaked in water (just pop it into a bowl or the sink) for an hour or so about once every 1-3 weeks dependent on the plant within the binds.