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Terrariums are very easy to care for and provide an almost foolproof way of nurturing and displaying plants in your home. Here are a few instructions for you on caring for your terrarium and making sure you get pleasure from it for a long time!

  • They love indirect, bright light
  • They should always have a reservoir of water in their pebble base – if not, you will need to top it up
  • A slight haze of condensation is a good indication that they have plenty of water
  • Healthy, growing plants may start overcrowding and might need the occasional trim to keep them in good shape

Suitable plants for a terrarium are those that are slow-growing, enjoy moist and humid conditions and grow in shady/low light conditions. Here’s a few examples:

  • Ficus varieties
  • Hypoestes
  • Ferns
  • Bromeliads
  • Moss

Have a go at growing your own and getting started with terrariums and you won’t look back!