I usually keep this small cloche in this table vignette in my back hallway. The hallway doesn’t get much natural light, so I often keep the small lamp lit to help the Baby’s Tears in the cloche stay alive. Other times, I take it outside during the day. You’ll see it out on the patio in more pictures below.
In this picture, you can see a small, heart-shaped rock propped up against a terra cotta pot.
The pot is filled with sheet moss and topped with a small shell.
This are more shots of the cloche taken outside early this morning. You can see that the Baby’s Tears are growing inside an egg shell.
My second cloche is really a mini-greenhouse on top of my potting bench in the laundry room. I set a single potted plant inside of it and accented it with two metal keys.
I don’t have to water the plant very often because the enclosure maintains an even humidity and moisture level.
The largest of my cloche collection sits on the bureau top in one of the guest bedrooms. The room is decorated in a garden theme, so it was appropriate that I put the cloche together using natural materials ~ including moss, a bird’s nest and eggs, and a little concrete bird.
Mama bird watching over her eggs.
I had most of these cloches well before it became so popular to decorate with them. Since I don’t have a very green thumb, I usually use them to cover other items besides plants. And that’s not always a bad thing……
Don’t you agree?