A very unusual Wardian case for growing sensitive and rare plants like orchids and ferns. All of the glass in this case was re-cut from nineteenth century sash windows, and has a beauty of it's own. Access is by double doors to the front, or by the simple removal of the back panel from it's sprung clips. Lined with zinc in the bottom, allowing for a good depth of growing medium, or for a collection of pots. Old clay pots would look best, and we can usually supply these too.
Wardian Case Inside
A photograph showing the roof glazing from inside, with the back panel removed.