Plant Care

Ornamental closed terrarium
Within your home/office space, place the terrarium at a bright area (avoid direct sunlight). If the plant starts to brown, it could be an indicator that it is getting too much heat from the sun and it should be moved away.

Terrariums are self-contained ecosystem, thus recycling their own water, you should not need to water frequently. Sometimes you can go without watering for months at a time. However, when it is time to add extra moisture, light misting at the moss goes a long way. If you see excess water (big water droplets) on the sides or bottom of the jar, open the container and allow some time to dry it.

Succulent Open terrarium
Within your home/office space, place the succulent at a bright area (avoid direct sunlight). If the plant starts to brown, it could be an indicator that it is getting too much heat from the sun and it should be moved away.

Succulents prefer well-drained soil so avoid over-watering. Using a tea spoon, water to the soil near the plant once a week. Make sure that no water is trapped at the ends of the leaflets to prevent leaf rot.

Airplant Open terrarium/greenwall
Within your home/office space, place the airplant at a bright area (avoid direct sunlight). If the plant starts to brown, it could be an indicator that it is getting too much heat from the sun and it should be moved away.

Airplants are epiphytes meaning they survive without soil. Using a spray bottle, lightly mist the airplants 2-3times a week or daily if placed in an open well-ventilated space. Make sure that no water is trapped at the ends of the leaflets to prevent leaf rot.

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