Took a walk in the woods yesterday and could not resist coming home with a basket full of beautiful moss. A few years ago i made moss fairy garden inside jars. i'm always looking for interesting jars and containers to create them in. i recently had the opportunity to review some Glass Bauble ornaments and i knew they would make the perfect terrarium/ moss gardens!! We have so many beautiful types of moss growing in our woods, i knew they'd be easy to make.
The glass bauble/ terrariums i received come in a set of 4. They were packaged well, wrapped in bubble wrap and separated inside a box. They arrived in perfect condition. They are very lightweight and have a thin hoop with twine attached. They also have a flat bottom, so they can either be hung up or placed on a shelf.
To make a moss terrarium you'll need -
Glass baubles (you can purchase them here)
- potting soil mixed half and half with vermiculite
- Activated charcoal (You can get this at a pet store or garden shop)
- Gravel, rocks or those pretty flat marbles for fish aquariums. (this is for drainage)
- Moss, small plants or succulents
- Decorative items- mini-toadstools (purchased at Michael's), crystals, stones, marbles etc.
These are super easy to put together. You put your rocks/gravel in the bottom, then put a thin layer of the activated charcoal over them. Then you want to add your soil. Now add your moss down and plants and give it a misting of water. i use a chop stick to push the plants/decorations in place. Long tweezers would also work.
i like to add hens and chicks and sedum. They are very easy to keep and require very little maintenance once they are set up.
These are super easy to make and they really look pretty a long time. You'll want to place the garden in a spot where it will receive indirect sunlight and mist it now and again to keep it moist, but not too wet. i love to make these, and they make wonderful gifts.
i received the #HangingClearGlassBaubleSphere for free in exchange for my honest review. i was not compensated.