DIY Terrariums For Small Spaces


Welcome to the world of DIY terrariums! Perfect for small spaces, these mini gardens are easy to make and add a touch of green to any room.


First, gather your supplies: a glass container, potting soil, small plants, and decorative elements like rocks or figurines.


Choose a container with a wide opening for easy access. A mason jar, fishbowl, or even a lightbulb can work!


Start by adding a layer of gravel or pebbles to the bottom of your container. This will help with drainage and prevent root rot.


Next, add a layer of activated charcoal to keep the soil fresh and prevent mold. You can find this at any garden store.


Now it's time to add the potting soil. Make sure it's moist but not too wet. You can use a spoon or small shovel to add it to the container.


Gently remove your plants from their pots and loosen the roots. Place them in the soil, making sure to leave enough space for growth.


Add any decorative elements you like, such as rocks, moss, or figurines. Get creative and make it your own!


Place your terrarium in a spot with indirect sunlight and water sparingly. Too much water can cause mold and kill your plants.


And there you have it, your very own DIY terrarium for small spaces! Enjoy the beauty of nature in your home with this simple and fun project.