How to care your terrrarium


Terrarium is a miniature garden built in a beautifully designed enclosure. It's the perfect addition to your office desk, dining room table, bookshelves or other well-lit spots in your home. It's unique ergonomic shape added an extra attraction to it surrounding and bring more liveliness and elegance to your interior. 

REMEMBER: The positioning of your terrarium determines its health and is crucial to its own ecosystem.

 

CACTUS / SUCCULENTS STYLE

WATERING
Water lightly only after it gets dry once every 3-4 weeks, depending on conditions.

NEVER OVERWATER! The key is to watch your terrarium closely until you understand it’s drying pattern. Too much watering can be worse for the plants than too little. Water at the base of the plant and not the leaves because they can easily rot.

LIGHT
Place in a bright area; some direct sunlight is good.

PRUNING
When the plants get as big as you want, pinch off the newest growth to encourage bushier growth.

FERTIZLING 
Avoid fertilizer. As the nutrients get used up the plant’s growth will slow down, helping to keep them under control.

TROPICAL STYLE

WATERING
Water lightly only after it gets dry once every week or two, depending on conditions.

NEVER OVERWATER! The key is to watch your terrarium closely until you understand it’s drying pattern. Feel the soil about an inch or so near a plant, if the soil is damp, it isn’t time to water yet. Too much watering can be worse for the plants than too little. 

LIGHT
Place in a bright area, but not in direct sunlight. 

PRUNING
When the plants get as big as you want, pinch off the newest growth to encourage bushier growth.

FERTILIZING
Avoid fertilizer. As the nutrients get used up the plant’s growth will slow down, helping to keep them under control.

ENCLOSED STYLE

WATERING
Maintain a moist, humid environment, but NEVER OVERWATER!

The key is to watch your terrarium closely until you understand it’s drying pattern. Too much water can be worse than too little. You may need to add small amounts of water as your terrariums adjusts to the new environment.

If the terrarium builds up too much condensation, simply open the lid until the moisture clears up and then close again. Ensure an even moisture is maintained at all times.

It is also beneficial to open the lid of the terrarium once a week for an hour or an afternoon to let in fresh air.

LIGHT
Place in a bright area, but not in direct sunlight. 

 

DISCLAIMER: The information provided in our caring guidelines are for educational purposes ONLY. We are not liable for any negative consequences that may result from implementing any information covered in our guidelines.