Making A Terrarium Containers With Easy

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Cute Terrarium Containers

A terrarium containers is a miniature space in which we reproduce specific conditions, such as where a given forest a desert or rain forest. They are very colorful and have them at home can be very beneficial to bring a touch “green” different from the plants common and can also be learning a lot about the different ecosystems we create with them.

Making terrarium containers is easy. Start with a bowl, a vase or a container having at least one wall of glass and a wide mouth to manage it. You need to put gravel or small stones first (of 2-4 cm) and then dried moss layer that will another 3 or 4 cm of soil with compost (or mixed with sand in proportions 1: 3 if the terrarium is a desert). Then pulverizes water and you transplant or planting the chosen plants, sprayed again and add decorative elements you want as pebbles, stones, shells, branches, etc.

When watering terrarium containers will do by spraying from above and must not abuse water because the drainage is poor and could rot. In the case of tropical terrarium will require more frequent but shorter risks, to keep the moisture it needs. It is very important to avoid exposing the terrarium in direct sunlight because the glass makes the magnifier effect on plants and could even burn. However, remember that it is important to have indirect lighting for the plants to grow well.

Nor is it advisable to terrariums near heat sources (radiators) or cooling (air conditioning).Within the terrarium containers maintenance also need to make pruning to maintain optimal size of the plants that we have chosen. If you see that a plant is affected by disease, it is preferable out of the terrarium does not happen with all.

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When watering a terrarium containers will do by spraying from above and must not abuse water because the drainage is poor and could rot. In the case of tropical terrarium will require more frequent but shorter risks, to keep the moisture it needs. It is very important to avoid exposing the terrarium in direct sunlight because the glass makes the magnifier effect on plants and could even burn. However, remember that it is important to have indirect lighting for the plants to grow well.

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