This one of a kind apple shaped glass terrarium contains a Calathea Makoyana, Rabbit's Foot Fern, Tillandisa Iontha, and spooky halloween decor.
- Keep your terrarium out of direct sunlight, and in an area that receives low-bright indirect light.
- Direct light can cause excess amounts of condensation and can cause root rot, and glass magnifies heat and can “cook” your plants.
- A closed or sealed terrarium acts as a contained ecosystem, and typically does not need to be watered, and needs little care.
- The humidity will create condensation on the walls of the terrarium, acting as rain droplets that keep the soil moist.
- If you notice excess amounts of condensation, you can carefully wipe the water off the glass walls with a paper towel, or leave the terrarium open for an hour or so for ventilation. Too much moisture can cause your plants to rot! If you notice rotting plants, prune the affected areas and open the lid of the terrarium for a few hours.
- Only water if the soil is dry, or if the lid of the terrarium has been opened for more than the recommended amount of time. Always water with distilled or non-chlorinated water.
- The main terrarium “chore” will be pruning your plant as it grows taller/wider.