Tropical Closed Container

  • keep your terrarium out of direct sunlight
  • add water a tablespoon at a time if the soil looks dry
  • as your terrarium settles in its new environment you will need to water it less and less (until sometimes never at all)
  • trim brown foliage as you see it and remove from container
  • wipe down the walls of your terrarium with a clean lint free cloth if you see spots or scum on the glass

Tropical Open Container

  • keep your terrarium out of direct sunlight
  • add water a tablespoon at a time if soil looks dry. watering frequency can change dramatically depending where the terrarium is positioned
  • airconditiong can dry out terrariums and extra watering may be neede
  • trim any brown or damaged foliage and remove
  • wipe down the walls of your terrarium if you see any spots or scum

Desert Terrarium

  • succulents and cacti like dry conditions
  • water every 1-2 months or when the soil looks dry. water using a tablespoon to control the amount
  • prolonged direct sunlight can burn the plants due to the glass magnifying the rays
  • keep tidy by removing any brown or damaged foliage
  • be careful not to overwater your terrarium
  • air conditioning can dry out terrariums and you may have to water more frequentl