Still had a couple of old shaby looking wooden mini greenhouses slowly fauling and softening away in the garden.. I never realy used them for long because they had to many gaps and to much ventialtion to work as a green house. At least holding plants in it that required a lot of moist didn't work realy well. Noticed that the glass after all these years was still intact and actualy a pitty to trash them.. Also Had a set of already opend cans with food grade epoxy resin, just enough for a small project. And thought give these little green houses a pimp and make 'm look a bit more antique with a victorian touch. Sanded the wood clean.. Gave the wood a proper epoxy coating and kited the glas pieces back in with silicone. And added some casted brass feet. Now it is actualy 100% water proof, could use them as ittle aqaurium if i wanted. And structuraly darn solid and never rot again. Anway i decided to set one up as Wabi Kusa.. Actualy do not realy know if it is legit to call it that.. But it is definitively going to be a Wabi Greenhouse.. It is rather small 30 x 14 x 19 cm , 30cm with lid.. The hardscape wood in it is a cut piece of what i think Black populus bark. There still are some tiny pieces of dried out mosses left on it from it's days on the forest floor where i found it a while ago and i realy like the structure.. The plan is to grow small Microsorum phillipine at the right wood base, small crypt parva, mosses, maybe some utricularia and a hygrophilla pinatifida at the left. Still have a Bulbophyllum orchid and some Pyrossia fern in the other one Both absolutely non aqautic to put to the wood higher up. Still have some room at the left for a small rock, not yet decided on this. Have to look around for that, or maybe leave rocks out of the play and slope the substrate.. And still need a small leaved trailing plant for on the wood at the left. Maybe some Gloso. Also was thincking about HC? But i like to keep all from the same regions and not mix biotopes. All tho at least not to much.. Dunno yet. The skeleton stands.. I'll keep you updated on how it progeresses..