How to Care for your Terrarium


Open

Desert 

Water approx. once every 3-4 weeks in winter (and every 7-10 days summer).

Bright light. (east,west or south facing window)

Kokedama

Japanese art of hanging gardens.

Emerse ball in bowl of water every 5-7 days (depending on the humidity of your space) for approx. 5-10 minutes. Spray moss as needed. Medium to bright light.

Woodland

Winter: Water approx. once once a week with syringe provided (~1.5 syringe full). (depending on room temperature and container opening size.)

Summer: Water approx. once every 2-3 weeks.

Medium to bright indirect light.

WOODLAND SIGNS OF UNDER-WATERING:

-soil is dry to touch.

-plants start to wilt

-Asparagus fern tips turn brown

Closed

Woodland

Self-watering. (Will require a little water addition every 3-9 months depending on your environment.)

Open lid once to twice a month for a few hours to allow for air exchange.

Medium to bright indirect light.

If a lot of condensation is occurring it can be wiped up with a paper towel.

Things to

Keep in Mind

Only use distilled/rain water.

Over watering will kill your terrarium.

Never place Closed terrarium in direct sunlight. The glass intensifies the heat and your plants may perish.

Occasional interior cleaning can be done with a paper towel.

Plants do not require oxygen....they produce it!

Your terrarium is alive and has cycles, some things may change colour, die and new growth will occur. Enjoy the magic before your eyes!

Mold Control

Mold can occur from time to time in high humidity areas.

Remove affected area with scissors (if possible).

Use spray provided on affected area twice a week.

Watering

Water at and around base of plant with syringe provided.

Use approx. 1-1.5 ozs per plant in OPEN/WOODLAND terrarium.

For OPEN/DESERT use about .5 oz per plant.