With the help of Better Homes & GardensHouse & Hold shows us how to create a Simple Terrarium!

Terrariums are everywhere these days!  We thought we had better get on board!

 

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Reviewer #1 – Sarah

Mission:  To plant darling succulents in a terrarium setting.

 

Details:

  • Succulent Plant(s)
  • Clear Glass Jar/Pot
  • Potting Soil
  • Rocks (for filler)
  • Embellishments

Tips & Tricks Learned:

Not only are succulent plants adorable – they grow fast!

And, you can use little trinkets you have around the house to adorn your terrarium planting. I had seashells from a previous vacation, a mini deer found in my kids toys and some cute hand-stamped spoons I added to one.

Pros:

This is an easy and fun project to do – all you need is dirt, a darling glass jar/pot and plants. And, you can have fun adoring the finished planter as well! Definitely worth a try for anyone out there!

Cons:

Can’t think of any! What’s not to love about a succulent plant bringing life into your home?!?!?

 

Conclusion:

I LOVE gardening of all kinds and enjoy having greenery in my home. Creating a terrarium is easy, fun and a great addition to the home. I plan to do this many times over!

 

 

 

Reviewer #2 – Maren

Mission: Can I really make a delightful little terrarium like I have been seeing EVERYWHERE myself?!?!

 

Details:

  • Vase
  • Pebbles
  • Dirt
  • 2 little Succulents
  • 1 tiny rubber Deer

Tips & Tricks Learned:

Be careful what you stick in there… initially I had these little mushrooms from the craft store and within a couple of days they were totally furry with mold.  Gross.

Pros:

One of the quickest, easiest and most impressive-looking projects ever!!

Cons:

None!  I love this thing!

Conclusion:

Thank you, “Do-it-Yourself-Terrarium” for making me feel like a professional gardener and look like I really have my shit together to all who come to my home!

 

Simple Terrarium photos by by BHG


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