There's a few different ways to make Terrariums, but I happened to have all the things to make this one, so I decided to take you guys along!!
If you're plannin' on keeping your Terrarium indoors, or in a lower light situation, usually varieties like Haworthia, Gasteria & Air Plants are a good choice!The more colorful ones I used in this video typically need more light, so I'm going to have mine on a windowsill that gets bright indirect light.
For arrangements that don't have drainage holes, there are a few different things you can do, but so far, I've had the best luck with using Pumice to create a "base" drainage layer. You still want to be careful not to over water, but the pumice helps absorb extra water if you do by accident!
What You'll Need
- Pumice (I used this one from General Pumice Products)
- Cactus Soil
- Succulents or Airplants
- Rocks, Gravel, Colored Pebbles, Glass Chips (This is where you can get creative!)
- Crystals for a 'lil something extra!
If you wanna learn more...
Here's a few other Articles & Videos to check out!
How to Make A Terrarium (Full Version) by Garden Answer
How to Make a Succulent Terrarium - Succulents & Sunshine (Cassidy has A TON of amazing resources and tips! If you haven't checked out her website, do so immediately!)
Creative Terrariums: Your How-To Guide to Succulents and Moss - Better Homes & Gardens - They show a few different versions here!