Welcome to the world of terrariums the place to get acquainted with terrariums. You'll find lots of terrarium talk here. Learn about how to start your own terrarium and what plants to select. We have plenty of information about all the accessories that help your terrarium reach its full potential. If you like terrariums you may want to learn about formicariums, paludariums, and ripariums. Terrariums provide gardeners with an indoor gardening area when it is impossible to garden outdoors. They are easy to maintain and require little care, making them ideal for those who enjoy plants but may suffer from limited mobility. Terrariums make it possible to enjoy the wonders of nature all year long. There are two different types Open Terrariums, closed Terrariums. Open Terrariums can consist of foliage and fauna an open terrarium is likely the way to go. But be prepared to care for it; open terrariums demand more attention than their closed counterparts as they will need a water supply. Closed terrariums require little or no attention. But closed terrariums require a delicate balance in order to thrive. Terrarium Accessories consist of Lighting, heating coils, and more. When it comes to plants, your options are only as limited as the environment of your terrarium; you should be able to keep any plants that are native to the climate you can reproduce. The rewards of a independant ecosystem created by your hands can be fullfilling and rewarding.
|Blueberry plant Vaccinium "Top Hat" High Bush live plant
|L.A. Women dragon fruit vine plant Pitaya hylocereus
|Canna Lily "Bird of Paradise" live plant Cannaceae
|crinum "splendens" live plant
|Costa Rican Sunset dragon fruit vine plant Pitaya hylocereus