Recycled Glass Forcing Bulb Vase&Flower Bulb
In preparation for the holiday season, our recycled glass forcing bulb vase and flower bulb will begin shipping on 10-15-18.
Display beautiful blooms in your home year-round with a glass bulb forcing vase. This vase is designed to hold your favorite bulb above water and allow its cascading roots to hang on display below it. With this vase, your chosen bulb will bloom in any season. It's a beautiful green display for your eco-home, as it not only grows true living décor, but it also is made from recycled glass.
Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. Plant shipments are unable to be shipped via express delivery or to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or Guam.
V2401Recycled Glass Forcing Bulb Vase & Flower Bulb
- This recycled glass forcing vase can help your favorite flower bulb to bloom in any season
- Made in the USA
- Vase: 14.5"H x 5"diameter
- Includes one forcing vase and one flower bulb
- Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery
Vase: 14.5"H x 5"diameter
When glass is recycled, it is broken into small pieces called cullet. The broken pieces are crushed, sorted, cleaned, and mixed with other raw materials in the glass-making process. When glass is made from scratch, high temperatures are needed to melt all the ingredients. Since cullet melts at a lower temperature, the more of it you add to the process, the less energy is required to melt it. Recycling glass is not only energy-efficient, it benefits the environment in other ways as well. Glass produced from recycled glass instead of raw materials reduces related air pollution by 20% and related water pollution by 50%. Lastly, recycling glass keeps used bottles and jars out of landfills.
There are artists, crafters, makers, builders, carpenters and all other types of artisans right here in our own back yards, and our hope is that when you think of beautiful, handcrafted products from across the globe, you think of them too. Buying domestically can be more eco-conscious, as it reduces transportation needs and consequently the energy and natural resources expended in the process; this makes us huge proponents of shopping locally.