are these jars good for anything?

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    Hi! I have these really cute jars that I want to put plants in but I don't know what could go in them. I already have some ivy in a couple jars so I would prefer something new. They don't have any drainage holes but I don't even know if they would work with soil or if I should just focus on plants that can grow in water. Also, I am a beginner level when it comes to gardening so I'm looking for plants that are little hardier and not so easy to kill. Thanks!
     

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    togata57 Contributor 10 Years

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    Terrarium?
     
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    possibly, one has a lid so that could help but they are kinda tall thin so set up may be difficult. but thanks for the suggestion!
     
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    Super Simple Terrarium
    Jar may be laid on side.
    Plants may protrude from opening.
    Lid optional.
    Many ideas and techniques available on internet.
     
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    cool, thanks!
     

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