Diy Mini-Terrariums (26 – Photo)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

There is only one rule for a container: one must be transparent. It is desirable from glass, but plastic is also suitable. The capacity can be either with a hole or hermetically sealed, it will depend on which plants can be placed inside and whether it is necessary to moisten the composition.

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

A non-standard vision in the choice of capacity is in any case welcome. You can take not just a jar or a vase, but a bowl of unusual shape, a light bulb or a New Year’s ball.

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Terrariums in glass teapots look charming.

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Terrariums are an interesting way to use IKEA magnetic containers. In this case, the lid will need to be replaced with a film half covering the front of the container.

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

What materials will be needed to create a terrarium?
gravel
fertile soil
charcoal
pebbles
moss
plants
decorations (stones, figurines, other interesting elements)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

On plants it is worthwhile to dwell in more detail. Since we are considering mini terrariums, plants should not be tall. Another important point is unpretentiousness.
Moisture-loving plants are suitable for a closed terrarium, various types of moss and fern will become the best choice. The conditions for plants of the bromeliad family from tropical forests will also be pleasant. Soleoli called baby’s tears is another option.
For an open terrarium, variability increases. Succulents and cacti are leading in size and diversity of appearance, especially since they are unpretentious. Some types of plants absorb moisture from the air, they do not need watering. just spraying. For a terrarium, this will be the most convenient option.

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Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

In the smallest terrariums, only gravel or only soil can be used as the basis, but we will consider the classic and most effective option. over, the materials laid out in layers look beautiful.
Fill the terrarium in the following order:
2-3 centimeters of gravel,
1.5 centimeters of coal (it will purify water),
a layer of sphagnum moss so that the soil does not sag (you can skip, but you can put this layer under gravel),
about five centimeters of soil.
plants

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

Change the amount of materials in this proportion for smaller or larger terrariums.
The remaining soil after planting can be covered with moss. Add models, figures and other decorative elements to the terrarium according to the idea, if any.

Diy Mini-Terrariums (26. Photo)

In closed terrariums, water is poured when filling and does not evaporate due to tightness. Such terrariums do not need to be looked after at all. The main thing is to choose the volume of the tank with a sufficient amount of air, otherwise it is better to open them periodically and "ventilate".
Open terrariums need to be sprayed with water from a spray gun 2-3 times a week. Do not place terrariums in direct sunlight, but at the same time make sure that the plants have enough light.