To make a terrarium, choose a glass container with an opening wide enough for your hand. Gently add an inch or two of washed, fine gravel. Top gravel with a thin layer of activated aquarium carbon. (You'll find both items at your local pet store.) Next, add moistened potting soil, and you'll be ready to plant. Create a collection of plants, or showcase just one. Good choices include ferns, succulents, mosses, miniature moth orchids, African violets, and kalanchoes.
Because I just can't get enough of DIY terrariums! This one pictured here is absolutely gorgeous and would make the perfect table centrepiece for a girly themed function or even for a wedding! | The Maharani Diaries
Weekend Project Alert: 20 DIY Terrariums to Inspire You
♥´¨) ¸.•´ ¸.•*´¨)¸.•*¨) (¸.•´ (¸.•`♥~ Hush, little baby Mermaid sleeping. This precious little Mermaid is curled up in her favorite clam shell at the edge of the water, hidden by the moss and plants so that only the little crab and other sea creatures can see her. Kids will especially love this one! :) Includes: Little Mermaid in Shell, White Scallop Shell, Dark Green Moss,a piece of white coral, sea cookie sand dollar, light blue sea glass, Rapana Bulbosa shell, mini sugar starfish, mini…
Bioattic Terrariums are beautiful miniature landscapes, a slice of nature housed in glass. Terrariums are perfect for adding stunning plant life to your home or office. Below showcases a brief selection of Desert World Forest World…
How To Make A Terrarium: The Complete Beginner’s Guide
A terrarium is an easy way to make your own tabletop garden! Check out this free printable guide and get ideas for your own open or closed DIY terrarium using air plants, succulents, moss, and more. You can even make a fairy garden with miniatures!