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Making a terrarium can be super fun and easy! There are several ways you can create one and make it unique! The first thing you should decide is if yo...
Here are the supplies you will need: your choice of bottle or jar, plant charcoal, potting soil, a small flexible scooper to scoop the charcoal and/or...
Pour about 1/4 inch of plant charcoal into the bottom of your bottle or jar. Make sure it is evenly spread on the bottom.
Using your scooper, pour about an inch or so of dry potting soil into the bottle or jar.
After you have enough soil in your bottle or jar, pack the soil down LIGHTLY using a bamboo stick, your hand, or whatever else you have around the hou...
Using the bamboo stick or your finger, dig a hole wide enough to fit the roots of your plant in. If your plant ends up looking too big for your bottl...
**The last step can be a little tricky, so pay careful attention to how much you water your terrarium** To know how much to water your terrarium depe...
Nicely done!! You have finished your terrarium! If you have a lid, put it on and place your terrarium in a perfect spot. You can get as simple or cr...
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