In short, terrariums are complete, enclosed miniature plant ecosystems. By creating a terrarium, you get a miniature glasshouse, or a small biosphere, right there on your tabletop. Let’s take a look at plants you can really grow in your open or closed terrarium.
Moss is one of the oldest plant species on the planet, and it has a broad and diverse range of types, with over 20,000 different varieties in existence. Here you'll find common types of moss for your garden
Do you know that there are lots of beautiful flowers starting with the "p" letters that can add colorful appearance & vibrancy to your home & garden? Here are our best recommendations - all are included with pictures, varieties, and caring tips.
Yellow is a color that represents hope and happiness; therefore, it’s easy to see why yellow flowers are synonymous with spring. These radiant and optimistic flowers serve as a bright and cheerful reminder that new life is blooming, and summer is on its way. They add a vibrancy to a garden that will bring a smile to anyone's face.
Red flowers in the garden demand attention, inspire passion and are synonymous with love and desire. It’s no surprise then that red flowers are an enormously popular choice in home gardens, as well as in cut flower bouquets.
Arborvitae trees, also known as ‘Thuja’ trees, are a type of evergreen plant which can be grown as both trees and shrubs. They belong to the Cupressaceae family and are popularly used as specimen plants and for hedging. The word ‘arborvitae’ has French origins, translating to ‘tree of life,’ which it was called because it was used by Native Americans for its healing powers.
Bamboos, though they may look like trees, are actually a perennial type of plant belonging to the grass family (Poaceae). They are considered to be some of the fastest growing plants in the world, and though they have a reputation for being difficult to control
There are over 800 varieties of fig trees in existence, all part of the mulberry (Moraceae) family. Most fig trees hail from tropical climates, as they prefer extreme heat and are intolerant of low temperatures, though there are some hardy species that can withstand frost.
Herbs are a wonderful addition to any garden, offering instant flavor to culinary dishes and providing fragrance wherever you grow them. Herbs are often also ornamental and can be grown indoors in containers, or outside in borders, making them suitable even for people with very limited growing space.