Saturday , 25 October 2014
Handmade terrariums and vivariums are growing in popularity. Terrariums are small ecosystems that can serve as decor , and bring a little green indoors. They are very low maintenance , so they are perfect for any home!

How To Make a Mini Lightbulb Moss Terrarium

Handmade terrariums and vivariums are growing in popularity.  Terrariums are  small ecosystems that can serve as decor , and bring a little green indoors.  They are very low maintenance , so they are perfect for any home!

Wiki-

A vivarium (Latin, literally for “place of life”; plural: vivaria or vivariums) is a usually enclosed area for keeping and raising animals or plants for observation or research. Often, a portion of the ecosystem for a particular species is simulated on a smaller scale, with controls for environmental conditions.

A vivarium may be small enough to sit on a desk or table, such as a terrarium or an aquarium, or may be a very large structure, possibly outdoors. Large vivaria, particularly those holding organisms capable of flight, typically include some sort of a dual-door mechanism such as a sally port for entry and exit, so that the outer door can be closed to prevent escape before the inner door is opened.

Here is an awesome how-to on making your very own moss terrarium.

Tortoise Loves Donkey on Etsy sells plants for your terrariums and vivariums.

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3 comments

  1. I love this tutorial! Thank you for sharing your skills – the terrariums are amazing.

  2. Amazing! I’ve never imagined something like this. It’s so inspiring. I used to grow plants when I was younger, but this is just another level. Thank you for sharing this video :)

  3. I’m speechless! So beautiful! Thank you soo much!

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