pickle jar terrarium - wonder how long they last - seems like it would run out of air or nutrients or something, and once you unscrew the jar again, you wreck it - but maybe as a more ephemeral terrarium project. and it's just a pickle jar!
David Latimer from Cranleigh, Surrey, with his bottle garden that was first planted 53 years ago and has not been watered since 1972 - yet continues to thrive in its sealed environment. The bottle garden has created its own miniature ecosystem.
Moss is a small green photosynthetic plant . so growing moss indoors will not only help to maintain humidity levels that don’t promote the spread of diseases, but will also serve to clean those disease particles from the air.
Do you have a green thumb but an extremely limited living space? Try building your own DIY terrarium. All you need is a clear glass or plastic container, a few of your favorite plants, and some cheap gardening supplies to start your own self-contained, se