Top Plants for Terrariums From BHG.com. (I pinned for my future reference The plant is Pilea glauca 'Aquamarine'. I bought one very small Aquamarine, February 2012. I now have 5 big plants. Love this plant! ~ Iridescence.)
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."
Even though Selaginella kraussiana 'Aurea', or golden clubmoss, stays compact in height -- just up to 6 inches -- it likes to spread. In fact, it can reach 2 feet across, so keep it trimmed inside a terrarium. The light green foliage works wonders to brighten darker-color plants. Keep the soil moist but not wet. In warmer Zones, it also can be used in shade gardens as a groundcover. Name: Selaginella kraussiana 'Aurea' Size: To 6 inches tall and 2 feet wide
Do you have place in your house that don't receive direct sun or do you want to grow plants in your living room, dining room or bath room? Luckily there are plants that grow without sunlight and you can grow them indoors.
Your terrarium escape to the dazzling white sands and indigo waters of the Aegean Sea, featuring a stunning slice of blue lace agate crystal. This terrarium contains: Glass belly vase (17.7cmD x 20cmH) Tillandsia (3 airplants) Blue agate crystal White quartz sand White quartz stones White decorative pebbles Assembly and care instruction card Spray bottle…