The Tall Regent House terrarium from H Potter.
The ogee shaped, all glass roof always makes people look twice. Decorative venting in roof top allows for air circulation.
The tall regent house terrarium is a big seller.
Metal table with flat black powder coated finish. Glass slides into place, some assembly required.
The Tall Regent House ships via common carrier. Due to packing and shipping please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery.
18"sq x 64" H
Posted by Patricia on 16th May 2013
My daughter and son-in-law gave me one of your terrariums as my Mothers Day gift. I absolutely love it. It is such a beautiful design, the quality is good and the size is perfect for my space. I could not be happier with this lovely piece. I have done an arrangement of orchids, a variety of ferns and some natural materials - it is so pretty.
Proud Mom of Tricia
Posted by Don on 13th May 2013
We really like the Regent House Terrarium and it has been praised by all who see it.
A couple of minor things you may want to consider: First I cut some two sided tape and put slivers of it on the glass where it contacts the metal. It makes it much, much more solid and one does not hear the glass clanging when the door is opened.
Another thing we did was to put a plastic trash bag in the bottom and covered it with fine stones. The plants sit nicely in there and it is one more layer of protection from spills, etc.
All in all, a great addition to the home and the herbs that are forthcoming will be enjoyed !
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jan 2013
This large terrarium is great and so was your customer service department!
My large terrarium is multi-level. Top down: I hung 2-medium, slow growing, tropical "Highland" (Nepenthes) Pitcher Plants. (I ran a bamboo stick through the top 2-side air vents). The second level, I hid 4-potted butterworths, a potted cephalotus, and a potted fern in a well drain soil mixture. At the lowest level, I inserted a clear bowl of living long fibered sphagnum moss, in which, I planted a bladderwort. (Note: the clear bowl of living long fibered sphagnum moss permits monitoring the well drainned soil for accumulated of water). Then I added air plants to all 3-levels. Plus a couple of rocks and sticks.
My 3-major modifications to this terrarium were: 1) Piped-in cool-humidity through 2-small areas I made in the bottom air vents. 2) Added a hanging reflector 23w CFL light in the top of the terrarium. 3) Added mylar to needed areas to increase lighting.
"Highland" carnivorous plants require 50-60 degrees temps at night... ingreasing the temp to the 70's during the day; greater than 60% humidity during the day... increasing humidity at night, special well drained soil, distilled water, and very bright light. The terrarium door(s) help to maintain these conditions plus increase air flow when needed.
My carnivorous plants have been growing great in this terrarium... for approx 6-months now. The visual effect of the terrarium ... was NOT disturbed by my modifications. And my Nepenthes have extremely well formed pitchers that prove their living conditions are correct.
Thank You for selling such a great product... and having a excellent customer service department. Later this year, I will be buying another terrarium... just like this one that I bought from your company. The only improvement to the current product... would be a plastic liner for the plant stand.