It seems that more and more people these days have decided to re-use, recycle, and re-make cool artistic objects. Today’s subject is on how to make a wine bottle moss garden using your empty wine bottles and moss collected from your nearest forest. I think this is a great idea as you can keep most of that moss contained in the wine bottle while the moss will keep growing nicely.
So I did my best to replicate her art using my own medium: wine. My five-year-old son and I went into the woods last fall and collected two kinds of moss. He made his own terrarium in a glass cookie jar; I made mine in a bottle of Domaine Tempier rose 2007, my favorite rose from last summer. Unlike most wine bottles, rose bottles are clear to show off the eye-popping color of the wine. This also makes them better terrariums!