What is Terrarium making? Terrariums are simply mini-gardens that can be placed anywhere. Terrariums are an easy way to bring a little bit of nature into your living space, and they’re perfect for people who don’t have the time or money to take care of plants as well as they would like. Terrarium making in Singapore has become wildly popular recently, so here’s everything you need to know about this new craze!
Below are the basics you need to know about Terrariums:
- Terrariums have become popular in Singapore recently, and for a good reason! The basics of making one are not hard to learn. It would help if you had some basic supplies, and you’re good to go. There’s something about terrariums – they make you feel calm and remind you that we should be conscious of our surroundings.
- Terrarium Supplies: Terrarium materials can vary depending on what type of environment you want to create inside your tiny garden, though there are a few essentials no matter which style you choose: mosses/sphagnum peat moss, soil, an appropriately sized container to hold water or sand, decorative stones and plants. Terrarium Workshop Singapore offers all of these amenities.
- Terrariums are small plants in a container. Terrarium containers can be anything from glass jars to old cups or vases, and they need not just be round but also triangular or square shapes.
- The circle formations of the terrarium are for aesthetic purposes only so that you can make any shape with your preferred dimensions.
- You will want to use an organic potting mix such as peat moss, charcoal chips, and perlite, which has been prepped ahead of time by soaking it overnight before planting because this soil mixture does not hold water well once dry. This is important if you do not live close enough to get fresh potting mix every day like those who regularly garden near Singapore’s Botanic Garden.
Terrariums are a great way to create an indoor living space that reflects the beauty and complexity of nature.