David Latimer has made an amazing closed environment by growing a garden in a big glass bottle that he sealed and has only opened once in almost 60 years. This is an amazing example of how nature can work in a place that can take care of itself.
On Easter Sunday of 1960, Latimer made a greenhouse garden. He added a spiderwort sprout to some soil and water in a big glass bottle called a carboy. Most of the time, spiderwort stems grow outside, but he used wires to put them in the bottle. He opened the bottle in 1972 to add more water. After that, he put the lid on the bottle, and it’s been shut ever since. Sunlight is the only thing the plant needs to live.
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If you put soil and plants in a jar and close it, the plants will grow without any extra care. This is because the compost has bacteria that break down dead plants and turn air into carbon dioxide, which plants need to live. It’s like a small world that runs independently, showing how different species can live together.