The size of your terrarium can range from a desktop bowl to an ornate, free standing tank and all sizes in between. Once you have settled on the size, the selection of plants will determine the type of growing conditions you must create. As with all living things, light and moisture are critical considerations when establishing the right growing conditions. Many desktop displays can be maintained utilizing existing room light while others may require the addition of full spectrum lighting. Larger terrariums almost always necessitate specialized lighting conditions that can add to the initial cost.
Plant selection will also affect the type of soil you will need to use and drainage is another key factor. Anyone who has tried to grow the average house plant knows the difficulty of maintaining the right moisture balance for the type of plant you are trying to grow. The right combination of soil and drainage can make maintaining your terrarium easier. Over-planting the growing space is a common mistake that should be avoided. Different plant species grow at varied rates and slower growing plants can be crowded out by their faster-growing neighbors.
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