My Favourite Terrariums

I’ve written about, and mentioned, Terrariums quite in bit in previous posts. (You can find those posts by typing in “terrarium” in the Search field towards the top of my page).

My experiments in creating my own terrariums have been rather hit and miss. A couple of them flourished for a while, then the plants wilted or died. One only lasted a week. Moss is incredibly hard to find in Nature here in Western Australia. You need to beg a florist and then be prepared to pay through the nose to get some.

My best efforts so far in creating terrariums have been the simplest ones – glass orbs with some white aquarium gravel, 2 airplants, and posed with a token plastic toy animal inside.

So, all in all not much to shout about from this end. But, in the course of my research into Terrariums, I did end up with quite a collection of curated images for my Pinterest board. Here then I present to you the terrariums that in my fantasy world were created by me, and lovingly housed in my vast conservatory dedicated solely to terrariums 😄. (For further information about where to buy these, who created them, how to make them, simply go to my Pinterest board “Terrariums” and click on the pictures. You will be whisked away to a terrarium wonderland, where you will emerge a committed terrarium addict).

As for me, I think I’m off to buy a few more airplants or succulents…

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