Urban Green Makers Launching DIY Terrarium Sets in North America
11/18/2015

Urban Green Makers (UGM), a Japanese-based lifestyle brand devoted to creating green spaces in urban environments, will be offering its DIY Terrarium collection

Online PR News – 18-November-2015 – IRVINE, CA. – In 2011 UGM created a highly successful line of do-it-yourself (DIY) Terrarium kits to help harried Japanese urban dwellers reconnect with their natural surroundings. Urban Green Makers was created as a contact point between urban cities and nature. To this end, they created a broad group of products ranging from glass to air plants. UGM has become a unique brand, enabling urban consumers to bring their own potent, small-scale green spaces into being. These kits will be coming to the U.S. in time for the holiday season.

UGM's DIY terrarium kits are easy to make and simple to maintain. With a broad selection of kits and a variety of raw materials to choose from, one can create a personalized terrarium with the potential to transform office or living space.

Ranging in price from $35 to $70, the kits make a unique and appealing gift for the holiday season.

Urban Green Makers will be working with online sites and select specialty retailers to offer their entire range of terrariums to the U.S. market.

The collection includes seven different terrarium kits, all with unique materials and casings. Using drought-friendly materials, UGM do-it-yourself kits are easy to make and maintain. Designed for ease of construction, the terrarium kits make a perfect gift for those who wish to be in continual contact with a miniature world of green.

Additional materials are available for purchase to add to a terrarium or if one chooses to build from the ground up. Given UGM's large array of colors and unique materials, prospective purchasers should be sure to see the full collection at www.urbangreenmakers.com.

In addition to the kits, UGM has curated nine different types of air plants for use within the terrariums. Air plants are a wonderful addition to any terrarium. Requiring scarcely any maintenance, an air plant adds life to a terrarium with little trouble or effort. With three sizes available, customers can select from an impressive choice of air plants, locally sourced in California.

Urban Green Makers’ plan to bring green into urban cities has been spreading continuously and naturally throughout Japan. UGM has been featured on television and radio and has held terrarium workshops in central Tokyo. UGM's unique creations will be available in the U.S. market from mid-November 2015.

To learn more, visit www.urbangreenmakers.com