The 5 Best Plants To Grow In Your Terrarium
While Terrarium Workshop Singapore can accommodate a wide variety of plants, it’s best to keep them to their own developing families. Plants with drastically different habitats or aggressive growing habits may not get along because of all the allotted space inside the little glass world.
Plants from dry habitats should be stored synchronically in terrariums; where they will enjoy the fresh air, and also tropical plants from humid habitats should be kept together in more closed terrariums will enjoy the extra moisture.
Please start with the largest plants first, then work your way around them with the smaller ones. This will help you avoid damaging the plants as you move them around and introduce them to their new surroundings.
Spike moss is another name for this plant. Golden Club moss does fit best in soggy to moist soil and will even abide by wet states that might hinder other plants. This plant is an outstanding choice for a wetland terrarium or something similar.
This may become one of our favorites. It’s a small, rounded plant with simple leaves. It can be used as a cover plant in the terrarium’s base. This is the best option if you don’t want to