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We’ve had so much fun living vicariously through the flora of “Everyday Exotic” that we wanted to keep a piece of it on our desktops and shelves. Here, Julie and I show you how to make a little green world of your own. If you like lush, humidity loving lands, then click on the “Mossy” button in the video. If you want more of our menswear-inspired vertical gardens, click on the “Desert” button above for succulent terrariums.
For these terrariums, you’ll need:
Don’t have a green thumb? Have no fear! Anyone can make and care for terrariums!
We’d love to see what creations you come up with. Be sure to post an image of your DIY terrarium to our Facebook page, or tweet it at us @ModCloth!
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I just finished my terrarium project, the first of many, on Monday! I love it.
Pictures, pictures, please! 🙂
Angelica, we’d love to see your terrariums on our Facebook page! http://www.facebook.com/ModCloth 🙂
Thank you for this! I can’t tell you how long I’ve wanted to know how to make a terrarium….The biggest question for me, though, is what plants would do well and also, where do you get them???
Amanda, we purchased our plants at a few different plant stores. I actually asked the person working at one of the stores, and he geared me toward the Polka Dot Plants (aka, Freckle Face sometimes), and low growing mosses. Look for reindeer moss, sheet moss, or this soft, leafy one called Baby’s tears. If the store you’re at doesn’t know much about terrariums, then as for “humidity loving” plants.
For a “desert” terrarium, any small succulent plant works!
Making your own terrarium is a lot of fun. If you go to Hobby Lobby they have some supplies that can help you get started. The best thing I like to add in mine is moss! It really makes your terrarium look magical!
I am very excited to make a terrarium as soon as I gather all of the supplies! I live in a dorm room, and it’s difficult to care for plants, however not having them can just be a downer… So I very much look forward to being able to have one! I never would have thought of this, Thanks!
It was so fun making the terrariums! It was a great project and i made all of\ mine with about two dollars each! Thank you for a great time!
Hi! I was wondering How you water the succulent terrarium?… I don’t have a green thumb at all 😛
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