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Terarium

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Terarium. Get inspired and try out new things.

Presenter, writer and gardener Ellen Mary, shows you how to make kokedama, a type of Japanese hanging bonsai. This is a fun project to make in an afternoon.

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How to Grow a Succulent Terrarium – The garden!

A good friend has a gorgeous collection of succulent terrariums in her home. Every time I visit her, I gravitate toward that area. It really is beautiful. Her

Looking for some jar crafts ideas? This miniature garden or terrarium in a jar is a great way to reuse your jars! This is a indoor garden design that is easy to create. All the plants can be collected in your own garden!

Looking for some jar crafts ideas? This miniature garden or terrarium in a jar is a great way to reuse your jars! This is a indoor garden design that is easy to create. All the plants can be collected in your own garden!

Terrario: un microcosmo in barattolo - Bettio Marta interior design

Che sia per un regalo o per decorare la tua casa un terrario offre tante alternative, un microcosmo in barattolo che si adatta ad ogni ambiente.

Gorgeous Door Design

Call It Design is an Instagram magazine that shares eye-pleasing examples of what it considers modern design, and it has earned itself 105K followers by doing so.

“The Cliff” is a drip wall terrarium which features water that runs down a stone background, and is clothed in an array of moisture loving tropical plants. The tank, hardscape, and plumbing setup took several months to construct. From the first planting, until the final tank photos were taken, took almost one and a half years, and involved countless hours of tediously adjusting plant species, planting arrangements, and bottom rock compositions. See AnotherWorldTerraria.com for more info.

“The Cliff” is a drip wall terrarium which features water that runs down a stone background, and is clothed in an array of moisture loving tropical plants. The tank, hardscape, and plumbing setup took several months to construct. From the first planting, until the final tank photos were taken, took almost one and a half years, and involved countless hours of tediously adjusting plant species, planting arrangements, and bottom rock compositions. See AnotherWorldTerraria.com for more info.