Am I the only gardener who just LOVES the look of a terrarium somewhere in my house? I can’t be! Right? A terrarium DIY create depth, texture, and a little “freshness” to any room that you incorporate them into! It can be fun to create a terrarium, but what fun is it if the terrarium plants are barely hanging on in a few months? Here’s a list of 10 terrarium plants that do well in your little grass orbs.
The Moon Valley Plant is perfect for areas of low light, because it thrives in them! This plant only gets to be about 12 inches tall, but can produce delicate pink flowers during certain points of the year.
Stick this plant in your bathroom terrarium because it LOVES areas of high humidity and low light.
This plant looks beautiful, but will need to be cut back often if you plan to grow it in a terrarium. It makes a great plant for terrariums because it loves areas of filtered and low light.
Artillery Ferns love areas of light, but make sure to keep it minimal. Fun fact: they are called Artillery Ferns because they often “shoot” their seeds off!
Ferns love areas of humidity, and a few hours of sunlight every day. They work great in terrariums, but they need a dose of fertilizer weekly to keep them alive and thriving!
It’s easy to see why this lush green plant got it’s name! It’s leaves look exactly like the rinds of a watermelon! This plant only grows to be 8 inches tall, so it’s ideal for a terrarium DIY!
Golden Clubmoss is the perfect plant for terrarium life, but it will need to be clipped back regularly! I’m loving the bright green colors!
This plant LOVES areas of dark shade, and it will absolutely thrive in a terrarium environment. As long as you keep the soil moist, that is!
This plant is used to a tropical area, so make sure it’s kept in a room with higher humidity levels. The bathroom would be perfect! Expect this plant to grow to be around 12 inches tall!
As you can see her, air plants are the PERFECT thing for glass terrariums. These plants don’t need any kind of soil! Instead, they’ve adapted to getting their nutrients through the air. Aren’t these amazing?