Making a Glass Terrarium - A DIY Guide For Building a Glass Terrarium on Your Kitchen Counter

So, you've decided to learn how to make a moss terrarium. Congratulations! A moss terrarium can be a very beautiful and aesthetically pleasing addition to any home. What's even better is that terrariums don't have to be all that expensive.

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In this tutorial, we will be taking a look at a few different methods on how to construct glass terrariums. To begin with, you will need to gather some supplies including a jar, some clear glass, moss, and soil. Next, all you have to do is get the jars with lids, cut holes for the plant roots to go through and paint the glass with a moss based color (such as green or brown). Finally, you will want to put the moss into the jar and then insert some soil inside of it. Once you have everything in place, simply place the lid on your glass container and your new moss terrarium is ready to begin growing!

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There are a few things that you will want to keep in mind when it comes to growing moss terrariums. The first thing that you should keep in mind is that your terrarium should get at least six hours of sunlight every single day. Moss terrariums require sunlight for photosynthesis, and without this supply of sunlight your little plants won't produce any flowers or vegetables whatsoever!

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