Here I have more plants under cloches. The one on the right holds succulents. … I’ve used cloches to display plants, dishes, a special pitcher or fun figurine, but something as simple as a few books is perfect. I put a vintage trophy under the cloche below.
Additionally, what plants do well under a cloche?
Cloches provide a constant level of humidity by allowing moisture to recycle.
- Maidenhair fern.
- Creeping fig.
- Baby tears.
- Mini English ivy.
- African violet.
Moreover, can I use a cloche as a terrarium?
If you have a few glass cloches stored away, get them out and use them for your houseplants. … You can also create beautiful and easy-to-manage terrariums using a cloche. Cover a tray with potting soil, arrange your plants as you see fit (you’ll need small ones), water very lightly and drop the cloche over them.
What do you put under a cloche?
7 Modern Ideas for What to Put Under a Cloche or Bell Jar
- Photo Under Glass. I saw some examples of this, but simplified and tweaked it to make it my own. …
- Glittered Feathers. …
- Dust-Free Notions. …
- Brass and Glass. …
- What’s Old is New Again. …
- Yarn-Wrapped Nature. …
- Wood and Glass.
Faux are probably best, but succulents would do well under a glass cloche. In the springtime I created this tabletop vignette. After finding this antique silver chick, I knew I had to create something fun with it.
Showcase the beauty of low-maintenance succulent plants within a glass container. The plants look modern and require little maintenance—just several hours of sun and not too much water. … There are many succulents that can thrive in your indoor space.
Cloche Requirements. Light: A successful cloche should be made from a material sunlight can penetrate, like glass or clear plastic. It should be easy to lift so you can water your baby plants underneath. Air: Ventilation is vital to a healthy cloche.