Terrarium is a fancy word for little indoor garden in a glass jar – and p.s. terrariums are all the rage. All you need is a can-do attitude to follow simple step by step instructions to turn any glass container and some potting soil into a beautiful miniature garden. So what are the best plants
Top Plants for Terrariums- peperomia: textural ripples or wrinkles on the leaves, contrast to terrarium plants that may be patterned with color. The plant stays 6 inches tall and likes the low but regular light and moist conditions under the glass of a terrarium. Divide it for a friend -- or another terrarium -- by taking a leaf cutting. Ensure success for your terrarium by layering in 2 to 3 inches of pot
Terrarium Plant Collection, Low Plants for Terrariums ~ "Hand-selected especially for terrain, this set of low plants makes it easy to fill a shallow terrarium. Chosen for their beautifully varied colors and textures, these tropical plants will thrive in both open air and closed vessels."