NYIGF Inside Scoop: The Terrarium Bottle

August 24, 2012    |    By +
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We’re posting about the most unique, exciting and sure-to-be-popular gift ideas that we’re seeing while walking the New York International Gift Fair. It is one of the biggest events of its kind in the world and it’s right here in our own back yard. It’s also only open to media and buyers so read-on for our exclusive inside scoop. Check back daily to see all of our fab finds.

Gift Product Review.

GIFT NAME: The Terrarium Bottle from Potting Shed Creations

WHAT IS IT?  Using gorgeous design and sustainable materials, the Terrarium Bottles are modern indoor gardens.  These terrarium kits use re-purposed wine bottles to grow either a woodland moss-scape or “tapestry” of sedum.

WHY DO I LOVE IT?  I love it because these kits add instant, stylish decor to the home or office.  These terrariums allow anyone to have a green thumb.

WHO WOULD YOU GIVE IT TO?  The terrarium bottles are a green eco-friendly gift great for those who have (…or aspire to have) a green thumb. 

WHEN CAN WE BUY IT?  The terrarium bottles are available now for $38

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Kathryn Drury Wagner is the senior manager of content at Gifts.com. She was formerly the executive editor at Honolulu Magazine, and is the author of The Ultimate Guide to Shopping on Oahu. Her career has included staff positions at Country Living Gardener and Power & Motoryacht. Her latest book is "Hawaii's Strangest, Ickiest, Wildest Book Ever!"

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