Gravel: Pour in the white gravel as evenly as possible to create the drainage layer for your terrarium. Active Charcoal: Next up is the charcoal layer. This will protect your plants from mould. Soil: This is the fun bit! Find a large mixing bowl and add your disk of soil, along with 500ml of warm water. Watch as the soil expands (around 15 minutes) and then add to your terrarium. Plants: Now for the piece de resistance. Remove your plants from their growing pots and create little wells in the soil to finish off your miniature rainforest.
Stick:Add your garden friendly stick with valentine's message or heart.
Included in your Terrarium Kit
Choose from these 6 options:
With Light: A little light with a switcher attached to the cork lid to illuminate your terrarium and add a touch of magic to your room at night. Please note the AAA batteries are not included.
Love Heart Stick with light: it includes light and a garden friendly stick with a love heart sitck.
Love You Stick with light: it includes light and a garden friendly stick with a love you stick.
Red Heart Stick with light: it includes light and a garden friendly stick with a red heart stick.
Red Heart and love you Sticks with light: it includes light and two garden friendly sticks with a red heart and a love you stick.
Your terrarium typically comes with the following plants:
Philodendron Lemon Lime
Glass and accessories The glass jar is made of 100% recycled glass. You’ll also receive a cork lid, gravel, charcoal and compact soil to create the perfect mini rainforest.
Tropical Plant Terrarium DIY Kit Care Guide
Check the soil before watering, if it feels very dry, it needs a little hydration. You will likely only need to water it every few weeks
If the plants are growing tall, you can trim the leaves to keep their size
Tropical Plant Terrarium DIY Kit General Information
In 1842 the famous English Botanist Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward created the first plant terrariums that ever existed
Remove any yellow and brown leaves to prevent diseases