A terrarium is usually a sealable glass container containing soil and plants, and can be opened for maintenance to access the plants inside. However, terraria can also be open to the atmosphere rather than being sealed. Terraria are often kept as decorative or ornamental items. Make extra money by starting a terrarium making business.
These are often kept in offices, but they can also be sold as gifts. Another place where this product can be sold is at farmers or organic markets.
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Terrariums are great fun and I honestly think the world would be a better place if everyone would make one! I could list a number of reasons why I think this, but that’s not the point of the video. I get a ton of comments and excuses from people as to why they can’t make a terrarium.
I have been wanting to make a terrarium in this bottle for months. I figured in this demonstration I would take the time to answer a lot of very common questions while simultaneously building this terrarium. As I explained in the video the goal of this terrarium is for it to literally be packed with plants.
|Materials||Glass bowl, plants, succulents|
|Guides||How to Make a Terrarium in 5 Easy Steps|