Creator of Hardens of Wendiland Wendi Phan shows you how to make your own narrow terrarium.
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Narrow Terrariums - as part of the shopping series by GeoBeats.
Here we have narrow terrarium I had like to show you. This one in particular is in a cylinder shape, it is great to conserve space, if you have any small space. Like on a bookshelf, in a bathroom, counter. Just anywhere that you want to decorate that you do not have a lot of space. This is great for that. In here is a succulent and it is pretty low maintenance. It requires just about a few teaspoons of water once every few weeks. The bottom layer here you see, I started with some coarse white sand. They are natural, not dyed. These are some recycled sea glass pebbles. They are beautiful, clear and turquoise colored, and I started to layer them on top with a little white jelly beans. You can use a different type of plant in it. Say, an air plant. And you can layer them any way you like and just put them in.
Different colors brings a different feel to you. As I like to use something more turquoise for a more serene setting. But we have the fucia, the green, the white rocks for more texture, if you like. Some crystal looking, these glass are made to look like ice. Yellow for sunshine, a little bit of fun with this orange and even all the way to a purple. Here is another example of a tall narrow terrarium. Great for a small space. This inside is a succulent with the dried flowers, dried moss, a little woodsy feel with little wood cuts inside and some glass, crushed glass, making some nice glaciers, giving some shimmer and some soil on the bottom for the plant to thrive.