Create a small decorative paradise at home with terrarium plants
What is a terrarium for you? We see it as a decorative ecosystem, which could be great at home in many places. Terrarium plants could be those that can grow in absolutely different conditions than the usual ones here.
This is because, within this small system, one could create one’s own, totally different climate.
Build the terrarium yourself
What should you know before the beginning of the project?
You should be aware of some things before choosing the terrarium plants and the appropriate vessel. Here you are at a glance:
Needed materials at a glance
♦ The vessel should be made of plastic or glass and definitely transparent
♦ It must be adapted to the roots of the selected plants in any case. Otherwise, it may happen that the selected green can not develop well.
♦ If you want to accommodate several different plants within the terrarium, they would have to fit well together. They should meet the exact requirements in terms of climate, humidity, and temperature. They also have to be able to develop under the same lighting conditions.
♦ For DIY projects, you can use several glass jars, but they are also associated with a separate effort. It would be possible to use vases, bottles, various glass particles leftover from the purchases of the products in the supermarket; You could also take an old fish aquarium that is round. The latter had to be in good condition.
Open and closed terrariums
The terrariums could be divided into two categories – open and closed. The main difference between these is that the free can tolerate more light than the closed ones. The closed ones have a blanket, which can be opened regularly.
Succulents in the glass
Remember that the plant terrariums should have holes in the bottom. So you do not have your own drainage system. To avoid the spoiling of the plant roots, one would have to prove the soil with stones. Even small pieces of brick would be a good solution. The type of soil in the terrarium is closely related to the type of plants you will use. The ground’s ratio to the other parts of the terrarium plants should be 1: 3 to have a good development.
Small Buddha statue as a chic decoration in the terrarium
As a rule, terrarium plants should be regarded as those that grow more slowly because you have little space there.
In general, these could be papyrus, mosses, fittonia, and other such species. Also, consider the common ivy. Succulents would also be very appropriate. They would have to be aware that only open vessels would be suitable for the latter. Particularly good as terrarium plants are aloe vera and sedum.
Choose the correct glass jar
Terrarium plants as a living decoration
In this case, you can bet on two approaches. Single plants in the terrarium could act as an accent. You can also enliven a specific area by a larger grouping.
Terrariums at the window
The main rules of arranging have much in common with those of the interior. Large terrariums with plants should be housed in more expansive premises. The small pots are great for window sills. Take a look at a lot of pictures of interior design with plant terrariums. Let them work on you so that you can then recognize their beauty.
Terrarium as an eye-catcher in the living room
Let’s go back to grouping. This is most suitable for the smaller species of terrarium plants and creating more volume. Do not forget to adapt to the appropriate proportions of the premises.
Pictures of the interior with plant terrariums
DIY projects with old light bulbs – terrarium
Unique glass vessels for creating an original terrarium
Hanging wall decoration
Terrarium shape – round, oval, or angular
DIY Air plants terrarium ideas
Plant lights Tinker
Bring old mason jars into use
Cactus species in elegant glass containers
Succulents, moss, and robust plants combine
Add decorative stones
Terrarium in a glass of water
Decorate the living room table
Terrarium with rectangular shape beautifies the desk
Make terrarium yourself – Mix of color and texture