Prune any dead foliage using scissors and keep your terrarium clean.
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The BCLiving bi-weekly newsletter highlighting local trends, eats, entertainment and travel ideas The BCLiving monthly contest newsletter. The soil should fill one-quarter to one-third of your terrarium. You need about 2. Hear Me Out with Lee Shook. I scrubbed it with soap and water and allowed it to air dry. Open the terrarium occasionally to let it air out or when condensation appears on the glass.
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Next add a thin layer of sphagnum moss to create a barrier and prevent soil from sifting into the pebbles and charcoal. Create a Scene You can add elements to your terrarium besides plants.
Without the pebbles, the soil would become muddy very quickly. Bottoms Up To build a terrarium, start by gently placing 2 to 3 inches of small pebbles on the bottom of your vessel for drainage.
In a cooler location, jungle or rainforest terrariums lend well to ferns and club mosses, as well as miniature flowering plants such as African violets. Monica Miller is a writer, editor and designer living in Vancouver. You can also include non-growing elements such as sticks, pinecones, seashells, rocks or even garden gnomes.
Overwatering is the most common mistake, especially in completely closed terrariums. Choose plants carefully for the location you have in mind, and pick a spot that assures your plants a reasonable amount of light.
Put some of your sterilized potting soil into the container. Search for: If some plants do not thrive, try other choices, or make a completely new terrarium by reusing the glass container.
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