A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. The water in the terrarium is constantly recycled, passing from liquid form to gas and back again. As the moisture in the air condenses on the glass walls, it returns to the soil and is absorbed by the plants’ roots.
Terrariums are indoor gardens typically in a sealed container. The plants and the soil in the terrarium release water vapor – essentially recycling water. The vapor is then collected onto the walls of the vessel and trickles down to the soil.
Water lightly and gently. Don’t water so much that water collects in the bottom.
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