Origin of the Wardian Case

In 1827, London physician and armchair botanist Nathaniel Ward discovered that his wilting ferns flourished when grown under glass. His discovery--the terrarium—quickly caught on with other gardening enthusiasts. The terrarium would later become known in some circles as a Wardian Case.

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