On The Ledge

109 EpisodesProduced by Jane Perrone

On The Ledge is a podcast all about indoor gardening - helping you to grow everything from Aloe vera to the ZZ plant.  Presenter Jane Perrone has been nuts about houseplants since she was knee high to a Swiss cheese plant. She quizzes the experts, helps you find cool new stuff to grow and figures ou… read more

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Episode 103: houseplants and sustainability part one - peat-free

July 19th, 2019

37:48

We’re all in no doubt that our houseplants are good for us, but are they good for the environment?  This episode is the start of an occasional series looking at houseplants and sustainability: I’m starting by looking at …

Episode 102: spider mites

July 12th, 2019

34:01

Red spider mites may not be visible with the naked eye, but they damage they can do to our houseplants is considerable. I get an insight into the …

Episode 101: the spider plant (aka Chlorophytum comosum)

July 5th, 2019

36:15

Spider plants are cheap as chips and common as muck, and yet Chlorophytum comosum is also a treasured plant for many houseplant growers. I find out …

Episode 100: let's celebrate!

June 28th, 2019

50:05

On The Ledge hits 100 episodes! This week’s show is a celebration of all things OTL: I hear from lots of listeners about how the podcast has impacted on them, count down the top ten most downloaded episodes, and explain …

Episode 99: houseplants for low light

June 21st, 2019

42:16

If you’re suffering from window envy, this is the episode for you! I talk to the Houseplant Guru, Lisa Eldred Steinkopf, about her new book Grow In …

Episode 98: the science of plant propagation

June 14th, 2019

41:02

I explore the botany between houseplant propagation with horticulturist Leslie Halleck and answer a question about a floppy calla lily.

Episode 97: indoor jungles with designer Martha Krempel

June 7th, 2019

31:01

London-based garden designer Martha Krempel shows me her stunning indoor/outdoor garden, featuring some seriously big plants, including a towering …

Episode 96: plants for bedrooms with Baylor Chapman

May 31st, 2019

31:14

Jane Perrone chats to Baylor Chapman, author of new book Decorating With Plants and founder of California plant design studio Lila B Design, about plants for the bedroom. We finally smash the myth that houseplants …

Episode 95: airplants, cacti and succulents at the Chelsea flower show 2019

May 24th, 2019

41:01

I visit the Chelsea flower show to talk to three expert exhibitors about air plants, cacti and succulents, and answer a question about a Pilea with a …

Episode 94: carnivorous plants with Peter D'Amato (part two)

May 17th, 2019

46:42

In the second part of my interview with Peter D’Amato, founder of the nursery California Carnivores, I get Peter to answer listener questions about Nepenthes, discuss the weird world of naming carnivorous plants, and …

Episode 93: carnivorous plants with Peter D'Amato

May 10th, 2019

44:01

I chat to Peter D’Amato, founder of the nursery California Carnivores, one of world’s leading experts in venus flytraps, pitcher plants, sundews and more. We talk about how his obsession began, find out what happens …

Episode 92: Hilton Carter

May 3rd, 2019

45:19

I talk to houseplant stylist and Instagram sensation Hilton Carter about his new book Wild At Home, his plants and why indoor gardening is the perfect escape from the stresses of modern life. And I answer a question …

Episode 91: growing herbs indoors

April 26th, 2019

48:16

I talk to YouTube gardening sensation Huw Richards about growing herbs indoors and answer a question about a Dracaena that’s receiving unwanted attention from a pet. Plus a bonus bit of seed sowing for the OTL sowalong.

Episode 90: fertilisers for houseplants plus OTL sowalong part four

April 5th, 2019

42:11

From tablets to foliar sprays, choosing what products to use when you fertilise houseplants can seem like a bit of a minefield. Leigh Hunt, the RHS’s …

Episode 89: OTL houseplant sowalong part three

March 29th, 2019

38:49

This week is an On The Ledge sowalong extravaganza! We’re now getting to the nitty gritty - the actual seed sowing bit - so my dog Wolfie and I are …

Episode 88: African violets with Annie Rieck plus #OTLsowalong part two

March 21st, 2019

53:21

African violets have been loved and nurtured by generations of houseplant growers, but they’ve got a reputation as plants that our grandparents love …

Episode 87: conservatory love with Ruth Kassinger, plus #OTLsowalong part one

March 15th, 2019

52:03

Do you remember that one key moment when you realised you wanted - or needed - to be surrounded by plants? In popular science writer Ruth Kassinger’s …

Episode 86: houseplant styling with Rob Stacewicz

March 8th, 2019

44:09

Rob Stacewicz’s London home is stuffed with gorgeous houseplants, but most of them are planted in groups. He gives me a tour, and explains why planting more than one specimen in the same container really works. Plus I …

Episode 85: forest cacti part two - propagation, plus Rhipsalis, Lepismium and Hatiora

March 1st, 2019

32:12

Forest cactus expert Mark Preston returns to talk about propagation, plus Hatiora, Lepismium and Rhipsalis. And I answer a question ahout getting …

Episode 84: Forest cacti part one: Easter, Christmas and Thanksgiving cacti

February 22nd, 2019

34:54

I am joined by epiphytic cactus expert Mark Preston to talk about how to take care of Christmas, Easter and Thanksgiving cacti, aka Schlumbergera and Rhipsalidopsis. And I answer a question about baby spider plants.

Episode 83: Scott Cain of @BoysWithPlants and @Tropicaloco

February 7th, 2019

44:35

I talk to Scott Cain of Instagram accounts @tropicaloco and @boyswithplants about his houseplant collection, his new book and what it’s like keeping …

Episode 82: growing hoyas (aka the wax plant)

February 1st, 2019

44:08

Hoyas are shooting up the popularity charts, and so they should: these climbing and trailing vines have lovely foliage and flowers that are …

Episode 81: botanical Latin, explained

January 25th, 2019

28:12

ZZ plant or Zamioculcas zamiifolia? Botanical Latin can seem like a confusing alphabet soup that’s hard to say and even harder to figure out. But I …

Episode 80: houseplant trends in China, Thailand and Japan with Michael Perry

January 18th, 2019

37:46

Michael Perry aka Mr Plant Geek joins me to share some of his insights into the houseplant scene in China, Japan and Thailand, from how much you’d pay for a 6ft Adenium in Thailand to how the Chinese are marketing …

Episode 79: houseplant gadgets, from hand lenses to hygrometers

January 11th, 2019

32:34

One of the boons of indoor gardening is that this hobby really doesn’t necessitate a lot of kit: a watering can, some pots and some potting mix will get you started. But as your plant obsession grows, there are some …

Episode 78: houseplant hoarding

January 4th, 2019

24:58

We’ve all been there: the moment when that must-have houseplant leaps off the shelf and into your basket (real or virtual) and you have absolutely no …

Episode 77: coral-coloured houseplants, festive care tips, and a look ahead to 2019

December 21st, 2018

21:16

As it’s the final episode of the year, I thought I’d have some fun and discuss some of the houseplants that embody the Pantone colour of the year for …

Episode 76: how to take great photos of your houseplants

December 15th, 2018

39:11

Whether you’re keeping records of houseplants’ growth or showing them off on social media, taking photographs indoors can be tricky. I speak to three plant photographers to find out their top tips on lighting, framing …

Episode 75: do houseplants clean the air?

December 7th, 2018

36:20

You’ve read the headlines, but do houseplants really clean the air in your house? A Nasa study from decades ago is the oft-cited authority on the subject, but surely there must be some more recent research into the …

Episode 74: Aquascaping with George Farmer

November 30th, 2018

43:54

Professional aquascaper George Farmer turned his hobby into a successful career, becoming one of the stars of the aquarium scene. I visited his home …

Episode 73: Dutch houseplant adventures part two

November 23rd, 2018

39:54

I recently visited the Netherlands as a guest of The Joy of Plants; last week’s episode covered my trip to the Flora Holland show, and this week I’m …

Episode 72: Dutch houseplant adventures part one

November 16th, 2018

27:29

I recently visited the Netherlands as a guest of The Joy of Plants; it was an informative and fun trip, and a brilliant opportunity to understand the fascinating world of Dutch ornamental plant production. This week I’m …

Episode 71: Weird Plants by botanist Chris Thorogood

November 9th, 2018

42:25

Houseplants are all weird and wonderful, but there are some that outdo the rest for their ability to surprise us.

Dr Chris Thorogood is a botanist at

Episode 70: OTL at the RHS London Urban Garden Show

November 2nd, 2018

1:07:31

I normally record On The ledge in my pyjamas with an unwashed face and a mug of tea at ten o’clock at night, so last Friday it was rather a novelty …

Episode 69: Jane Perrone's houseplant tour part two

October 19th, 2018

35:46

If you’ve listened to episode after episode of me talking about my plants, and have wondered exactly what my plant collection looks like, now is your …

Episode 68: preparing your houseplants for winter

October 12th, 2018

30:54

It’s the time of year when we do the houseplant shuffle - that desperate effort to get all the houseplants safely inside before they are ripped apart by winter winds or rendered crinkly with an overnight frost. In this …

Episode 67, part seven: Epiphyllum anguliger aka fishbone cactus

October 9th, 2018

6:35

The first challenge with this plant is mastering its Latin name! The genus Epiphyllum belongs to the forest or orchid cacti, named for their …

Episode 67, part six: Sedum morganianum aka burro's tail

October 8th, 2018

7:53

Sedum morganianum was a bit of a botanical mystery until ten years ago. No one really knew where it grew in the wild, although it was believed to live in Veracruz in Mexico. Then a couple of botanists stumbled across …

Episode 67, part five: Peperomia prostrata

October 5th, 2018

6:13

As the Latin name suggests, in its native Brazil this tiny Peperomia grows by creeping around on the ground and along tree bark. That said, it grows brilliantly as a trailing pot plant, and is so diminutive that it’s …

Episode 67, part four: Episcia cupreata aka flame violet

October 4th, 2018

7:35

The flame violet holds its own among any variegated plant you can name, and yet for some reason they are not as popular as they should be! These …

Episode 67, part three: Ceropegia woodii, aka string of hearts

October 3rd, 2018

8:51

String of hearts, hearts entangled, chain of hearts … there are so many common names for this popular trailing plant. It’s simple to grow, widely …

Episode 67 part two: Hoya linearis

October 2nd, 2018

7:08

This plant grows in the Himalayan region and is an epiphyte, dangling from trees like green furry tinsel. 

Mine hasn’t flowered yet, but I am looking forward to the clusters of starry white flowers that are reputedly …

Episode 67 part one: Senecio rowleyanus aka string of pearls

October 1st, 2018

7:28

It’s trailing plants week! We’re looking at seven iconic trailing plants across the week, in bite-sized daily mini-episodes. First up: string of …

Episode 66: propagation with Caro Langton and Rose Ray

September 28th, 2018

41:03

You’ve gathered an awesome collection of houseplants, learning how to care for each and every one (with a few casualties along the way!) but what …

Episode 65: moth orchids aka Phalaenopsis

September 21st, 2018

52:45

Phalaenopsis orchids are the most ubiquitous of flowering houseplants: love them or hate them, you can’t escape their good qualities, from their ability to survive in the home to the longlasting flowers. In this episode …

Episode 64: Darryl Cheng aka House Plant Journal

September 14th, 2018

1:00:22

Darryl Cheng - timelapse photographer extraordinaire, Instagram maven and houseplant doctor - is my guest this week.

We discuss everything from why instructions to grow a plant in ‘bright indirect light’ doesn’t really …

Episode 63: Palms

September 7th, 2018

45:00

Palms are one of the most enduringly popular houseplants: stars of the Victorian glasshouse, darlings of the art deco hotel dining room and now …

Episode 62: Coleus

August 31st, 2018

43:27

'Campfire' ... 'Spiced Curry' ... 'Alabama Sunset' ... 'Dipt in Wine' ... no, I am not reminiscing about my summer holiday, I am of course talking …

Episode 61: growlights with Leslie Halleck

August 24th, 2018

41:18

Leslie Halleck's book Gardening Under Lights (published by Timber Press) is a really welcome book for those of us who haven't fully dipped our toes …

Episode 60: Nepenthes with Domonick Gravine

August 3rd, 2018

26:59

Visit janeperrone.com for full show notes and photos. 

Episode 59: Aloes, Agaves and other succulents with Colin Walker

July 27th, 2018

45:14

Colin Walker has been growing succulents for 50 years, and he just happens to be the president of the British Cactus and Succulent Society. I …

Episode 58: indoor ferns

July 20th, 2018

32:51

Ferns. Love them, hate them, want them to go away and stop taunting you with their crispy leaves? This week I am attempting to give serial fern killers hope by discussing some tips and tricks to keep ferns happy, …

Episode 57: quick wins for indoor edibles

July 13th, 2018

30:31

I've come to a bit of a standstill this week: I don't know if it's the heatwave the UK has been going through, the pressure of making a weekly podcast or England's exit from the World Cup, but it's left me feeling …

Episode 56: James Wong's houseplants - part two

July 6th, 2018

31:45

I had so much fun and fascinating stuff to chat about with expert botanist and houseplant maverick James Wong that I am bringing you another chunk of our chat this week. If you haven't yet listened to part one of my …

Episode 55: James Wong's houseplants - part one

June 29th, 2018

43:54

British-Malaysian botanist James Wong is sparking a one-man houseplant revolution. With no outside space to garden, for the last 18 months James has …

Episode 54: Streptocarpus and other Gesneriads

June 22nd, 2018

49:09

Regular listeners to On The Ledge podcast will have heard me waffle on many times about how much I love Streptocarpus. The name may be easily …

Episode 53: begonias, carnivorous plants and more with Mike Clifford

June 15th, 2018

26:13

Behind an unassuming bungalow near Poole in Dorset, Mike Clifford's garden may measure up to just 65ft long, but it's absolutely packed full of …

Episode 52: online houseplant buying tips and tricks

June 7th, 2018

34:48

Buying plants online is ridiculously easy - a few clicks and some fancy foliage plant or flowery specimen is on its way to you in the post. But it's …

Episode 51: Matthew Biggs

June 1st, 2018

45:31

This week's episode sounds a little bit different - as it's half term and I have a relative staying who is sleeping in my office where I usually record the podcast, I headed out to the potting shed for the intro and …

Episode 50: the Chelsea flower show 2018

May 25th, 2018

47:48

The Chelsea flower show is the world's most famous gardening event, but houseplants are starting to make big inroads into this fixture in the …

Episode 49: houseplants and Instagram with Kimberley Aston

May 18th, 2018

40:29

Whether you're a hashtag natural or tend to get your #Monsteramonday mixed up with #philodendronfriday, Instagram is a bit of a jungle for houseplant lovers: fun to negotiate but sometimes rather confusing. I talk to

Episode 48: the Temperate House at Kew Gardens

May 11th, 2018

32:26

One of the best ways of learning how to care about your houseplants is to find out more about how they live in their native habitats. If you can't go and visit them in the wild, a trip to a botanic garden such as Kew in …

Episode 47: propagating succulents

May 4th, 2018

29:45

One of the many satisfying things about succulents is just how easy they are to propagate: this week I take a look at how to propagate succulents …

Episode 45: plants and interiors with Emilie Fournet

April 20th, 2018

29:17

So, you've ended up with a home full of houseplants, but how do you display them to make the most of their best features? I talk to North …

Episode 44: houseplant trends at the Garden Museum

April 13th, 2018

1:18:54

When Alice Vincent asked me to take part in a panel discussion at the Garden Museum about houseplant trends past, present and future, I couldn't have …

Episode 43: Summer Rayne Oakes of Homestead Brooklyn

April 6th, 2018

36:52

It all started with a single fiddle leaf fig. Now Summer Rayne Oakes has hundreds of houseplants in her Brooklyn apartment, plus a chicken. Yes a chicken! I talk to Summer Rayne about how it all began, how to keep …

Episode 42: Behind the Seeds with Mohamed Osman

March 30th, 2018

37:24

Jane Perrone talks to Mohamed Osman, who began to create an indoor jungle in his apartment in Cairo while recuperating from a heart attack.

Episode 41: the Maranta group - Maranta, Calathea, Stromanthe and Ctenanthe

March 23rd, 2018

32:35

The Maranta group, aka the prayer plants, all share an incredible plant superpower: they can open and shut their leaves. They're also one of THE houseplants of the moment, because they all have intricately patterned …

Episode 40: cats and houseplants

March 16th, 2018

34:24

I have heard from so many cat owners who find their pets just can't stay away from their plants: either they're chewing them, or pulling them out of …

Episode 39: Matt Candeias, In Defense of Plants podcast

March 9th, 2018

36:12

I talk to Matt Candeias, host of botanically brilliant podcast In Defense of Plants about everything from why we're both serial Begonia killers to why his family have finally stopped buying him moth orchids for his …

Episode 38: Perrone's kitchen houseplant tour

March 2nd, 2018

22:27

I blabber on about houseplants every week on On The Ledge, but I thought it was about time I gave you a room-by-room account of the houseplants I own. I start this week with the kitchen, where I have more than 25 plants …

Episode 37: kokedama

February 23rd, 2018

28:35

I talk to florist and planting designer Carolyn Dunster about the ancient Japanese art of kokedama and answer listener questions about aphids and a …

Episode 36: houseplant sowalong special

February 16th, 2018

31:25

In early January I made a resolution for 2018 that I would grow as many houseplants from seed as possible. Fast forward a month and a half and I'm …

Episode 35: hydroponics

February 9th, 2018

34:25

Kevin Espiritu of epicgardening.com gives the lowdown on what hydroponics is, how it works and what you need to get started. Plus a listener question …

Episode 34: Isabel Hardman

February 2nd, 2018

35:14

In her day job, Isabel Hardman is immersed in the serious world of politics, but she's also a botany nut. That's why she set up the …

Episode 33: Q&A special

January 26th, 2018

31:03

I'm tackling questions about how to divide Alocasias, whether golden pothos can hang as well as climb, and more. 

Episode 32: the venus flytrap

January 18th, 2018

28:48

Venus flytraps - Latin name Dionea muscipula - are fascinating, fun, but infuriating when they just won't stay alive for long. I turned to Tom Bennet …

Episode 31: The Tradescantia group

January 12th, 2018

24:07

The Tradescantia group isn't some kind of sketchy set of illuminati figures worthy of a Dan Brown novel, it's a group of houseplants with a plethora of different names: inch plants, spiderworts, purple heart, teddy bear …

Episode 30: New Year's Resolutions

January 5th, 2018

29:44

What's on your houseplant wishlist for 2018? I share my plans for the coming year, and pass on plant-related resolutions from listeners and other …

Episode 29: Christmas houseplants

December 22nd, 2017

25:23

When days are short, gloomy and cold, there's a lot to be said for fixating on your indoor plants. And Christmas is a great excuse to treat yourself …

Episode 28: Lisa Eldred Steinkopf, the Houseplant Guru

December 15th, 2017

26:32

Lisa Eldred Steinkopf is the Houseplant Guru: she describes herself as being a little obsessed with houseplants although I know that she’s under-exaggerating for effect! I chatted to Lisa about her huge plant …

Episode 27: buying houseplants

December 8th, 2017

20:27

The thrill of buying new houseplants quickly turns to horror when the plant promptly drops all its leaves once you get it home. Jane Perrone gives her top tips for taking care of newly-bought houseplants, from the shop …

Episode 26: old houseplants

December 1st, 2017

27:36

Houseplants come, houseplants go, but there are some that stick with you through thick and thin. I've talked to people about the longlived leafy friends: where they came from, how they kept them going and what they mean …

Episode 25: watering

November 24th, 2017

22:47

 It's easy to overwater houseplants, especially at this time of year when many of them are having a rest, temperatures and light levels are lower and less water's required. In this episode, I look at a few of the thorny …

Episode 24: Prick cactus shop and Gynelle Leon

November 17th, 2017

40:16

On The Ledge heads for the big smoke to talk to Gynelle Leon and find out more about her fabulous cactus and succulent shop, Prick.

Episode 23: Mr Plant Geek, Michael Perry

November 10th, 2017

31:31

My guest this week is Mr Plant Geek, aka Michael Perry. We discuss the big trends in houseplants, why we should be growing cacti from seed, and why …

Episode 22: Q&A special

October 19th, 2017

18:54

All those nagging houseplant questions - why is my succulent leggy and wan? What kind of Monstera do I really have? Why is my Pilea looking peaky? - …

Episode 21: Alys Fowler

October 13th, 2017

31:20

Alys Fowler is a gardener and garden writer who I first met when she became the gardening columnist at the Guardian, and I was gardening editor. Her …

Episode 20: Margaret Roach

October 7th, 2017

31:16

Margaret Roach of awaytogarden.com has a garden of two-plus acres in New York state, yet she still manages to find time for houseplants. We find out about her obsession with caudiciform (or "fat") plants and compare …

Episode nineteen: fungus gnats

September 29th, 2017

27:57

Fungus gnats float about your houseplants in clouds and ruin the cool indoor jungle vibe you’ve been aiming for. I find out what they are, what they …

Episode eighteen: preparing succulents and cacti for winter

September 23rd, 2017

14:16

Well, autumn is here which means it's time to start getting your succulents and cacti winter-ready. It's also time to start preparing the Christmas …

Episode seventeen: seeking Pilea peperomioides - the Chinese money plant

September 15th, 2017

24:25

Instagram is awash with it; but where do you lay your hands on a specimen of the Chinese money plant, Pilea peperomioides? Despite the Chinese money …

Episode sixteen: grow your own avocado plant

September 8th, 2017

12:55

If you've blown your houseplant budget for the year on a beautiful Boston fern or a towering Euphorbia, this week's show will help you get your new …

Episode fifteen: Cactus with Dan Torre

September 1st, 2017

29:45

In this week’s show I explore the world’s love-hate relationship with cacti, find out why one Australian state banned them altogether, and ponder …

Episode fourteen: balcony gardening with Alice Vincent

August 3rd, 2017

33:46

This week I want take a look at that inbetween space for plants - the balcony. It’s not quite indoors, but not really outdoors either - the spot where houseplants and herbs, bamboo and begonias meet. And who better to …

Episode thirteen: James Wong

July 21st, 2017

38:44

Ethnobotanist James Wong has got some really thought-provoking things to say about why we grow the houseplants we do - think of the ubiquitous spider plant and umbrella plant - and predictions about where houseplant …

Episode twelve: Robin Stockwell, the Succulent Guy

July 7th, 2017

32:15

My guest this week is The Succulent Guy, Robin Stockwell, the man credited with making succulents sexy. I talk to Robin about his legendary - and …

Episode eleven: plants for bathrooms, feat. Tillandsias

June 24th, 2017

38:01

This week's show takes a confessional turn from the start when I admit I have NOT ONE PLANT in my bathroom. It's mainly because I lack a windowsill in there, but this really is no excuse. I talk to plantsman Robbie …

Episode ten: conservatories with Anne Wareham

June 13th, 2017

23:55

Conservatories have got an image problem... gardener Anne Wareham got so fed up with hers she had it knocked down and rebuilt. I talk to Anne about how she planned her new conservatory, and her cunning an thrifty …

Episode nine: Get Plants by Katherine Price

May 31st, 2017

32:01

On The Ledge goes back to basics this week: I interview writer and gardener Katherine Price about her new book Get Plants: How to Bring Green Into …

Episode eight: Chelsea flower show 2017

May 23rd, 2017

28:20

I spent two days at the Chelsea flower show, and managed to meet a few fellow houseplant fans, and grab interviews with some of the experts displaying their plants. What a treat!

Episode seven: chillies

May 12th, 2017

30:04

I talk to a newbie chilli grower who has taken the pursuit of chilli greatness almost as seriously as he takes his job as an Apache helicopter pilot, and chilli expert David Floyd, author of chilli guide book 101 …

Episode 6: pots

April 28th, 2017

26:45

This week's show is all about containers for your plants - learning about their history with cultural historian Dr Catherine Horwood and discussing …

Episode 5: how not to kill your houseplant with Veronica Peerless

April 6th, 2017

27:24

This week I find out what yellowing leaves mean in a houseplant, confess to sawing a peace lily in half and get the lowdown on plant pests from Veronica Peerless, whose new book How Not To Kill Your Houseplant (£9.99 …

Episode four: microgreens

March 29th, 2017

27:55

My guest this week is the lovely Mark Diacono of Otter Farm in Devon in the southwest of the UK - a grower, food and garden writer and microgreen enthusiast. I get busy sowing pea shoots, and answer a question about …

Episode three: office plants

March 21st, 2017

36:36

I find out about all the gross things office workers do to their plants with horticulturist Lou Nicholls; tap the expertise of Christopher Satch, …

Episode two: Monstera deliciosa, the swiss cheese plant

March 13th, 2017

26:31

This week we move from the enclosed world of the terrariums of last week's show to the weird, wild world of Monstera deliciosa, aka the Swiss cheese plant or split leaf philodendron. Ianswer a question about a poorly …

Episode one: terrariums

February 28th, 2017

26:30

In the last decade, miniature worlds under glass have gone from zero to hero: time was when a terrarium was a dusty bottle on your nan’s nicknack table - now you see them everywhere, from coffee shops to office …

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