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.
The proper lighting not only serves to help the plants grow as they should, but lighting can be used to control such variables as temperature and moisture. The more complex the terrarium, the more attention must be paid to heat and light. Just as with aquariums, auxiliary heating systems may be needed. The ambient room conditions can also play a big part here. Homes in colder northern climates that need to be heated in winter can experience drastic changes in the amount of humidity in the room air.
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