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Terrarium jar

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As we make our way through the dead of winter it can be a little, well, depressing.  Here in Minnesota the trees and shrubs are bare, the ground is blanketed with white snow, the sun is hidden behi…

As we make our way through the dead of winter it can be a little, well, depressing. Here in Minnesota the trees and shrubs are bare, the ground is blanketed with white snow, the sun is hidden behi…

Closed Terrarium 101 - 7 Easy Steps to Build Your Glass Terrarium - My Tasteful Space

I love succulents, cacti and air plants and this is the reason why I learned all about Closed Terrariums! I own quite a collection of miniature succulents, and while I was researching and exploring options to build an Open Terrarium, I came across the Closed…

How to Build Your Own Terrarium

Do you have a green thumb but an extremely limited living space? Try building your own DIY terrarium. All you need is a clear glass or plastic container, a few of your favorite plants, and some cheap gardening supplies to start your own self-contained, self-sustained miniature garden. The best part about making your own terrarium is that the sky is the limit for how it can look. You can grow plants in old pickle jars, fish bowls, apothecary jars, disc spindle cases, antique vases, mason…

#Terrariums are trending big-time, and it’s not hard to see why. Requiring very little work, these self-sufficient planters make a beautiful addition to any tabletop, counter, or windowsill. Gather inspiration from these 12 unique variations on the tiny indoor #garden, and get growing // @bobvilahome

Terrariums are trending big-time, and it’s not hard to see why. Requiring very little work, these self-sufficient planters make a beautiful addition to any tabletop, counter, or windowsill. Almost any glass container will get you started. Add some sand or stones, soil, and plants, and you’re on your way to creating your indoor garden—and conversation starter. Gather inspiration from these 12 unique variations on the tiny indoor garden, and get growing.

We took at an home terrarium class and look at how good they turned out!! It was so much fun and now we have an ecosystem in a jar!

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