A $3 million terrarium might sound like a big deal, but if you are looking for the best DIY project, there are few better options than this one.
It looks pretty much like a traditional garden but has been converted to be a terrarium.
The only difference is that it has a garden section.
The project has been designed by designer Tom C. Lee.
Lee is a licensed landscape architect and landscape designer who has designed homes, businesses and even a small zoo.
He is best known for his terrariums for a number of homes including the one above.
You can buy the one in this photo here, which includes an actual terrarium built from a 2,000-pound (1,900-kilogram) concrete wall.
There are also several other projects on Lee’s website.
One that’s particularly well worth a look is the $5,000 “Terrarium of the Future.”
Lee designed this one from scratch with a 3D printer and the intention of using it to recreate a typical terrarium at home.
It was made from 100 tons of concrete, which he said could be recycled.
He even included a removable garden to keep out insects.
A lot of this work requires a lot of energy.
You’ll need to use a generator to power the entire thing and you’ll also need a water pump to keep the water flowing.
Here’s a look at the finished project, which is located in a forest near Houston.
While Lee isn’t the first designer to make a DIY project like this, his work is pretty much unique in terms of its scope and scale.
It’s also an easy project to get started with.
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