The soil is a pretty important part of your terrarium as it's what your plants need to thrive on for many years to come. Although you certainly don't need loads of soil, ensuring it is good quality will really benefit the overall health of your terrarium. Types of Soil There are hundreds and hundreds of soil types available to buy online which can be absolutely baffling to those simply looking to buy a litre or two for one small terrarium (hence why I sell it in my shop in small quantities!). But don't be scared off - for closed terrariums all you
If taking a walk through the good ol' British countryside is your kinda thing, why not combine it with spotting some of the prettiest wild flower species that can be found during April? This is the month where spring really takes hold and everything is simply bursting with life. The trees are laden with blossom, the hint of summer can be smelt on the wind and birds sing from sunrise to sunset. Here are 20 wild flowers that can be spotted during a stroll throughout the UK
Stuck for new isolation activities to do with the kids during the Coronavirus lockdown? Take a look at my a step by step guide on how to make a very simple terrarium using basic materials that can be found around the home and garden. No expense, super easy to make and fun for all!
Once you have chosen your vessel in which you would like to create a terrarium - it's time to begin layering in the different elements to keep your plants inside happy (you may want to read 'The Differences Between an Open Terrarium and Closed Terrarium' before getting started, so you can be sure to choose the correct bits and pieces). The very first layer is grit, gravel or sand and is known as a false bottom. In this blog post I am going to explain what this is and what you can use to create your own