Terrarium Plants: How to Take Care of Yours
After all, taking care of your terrarium plants is very important. Today, we will share some useful information related to the terrarium plants care as well as the terrarium care itself briefly, especially when it comes to the water for the terrarium. Well, without further ado, let’s check them out!
Terrarium Plants Care
The most common problem with terrarium plants is overwatering. After all, enough water is what the plants. For open terrarium, yours either needs some water or is doing fine as long as there’s no water pooling at the bottom of the container. On the other hand, you don’t need adding water very often for enclosed terrarium. Try this simple tip: if condensation is seen on warm day, no need to add more water.
Avoid the plants from rotting by not allowing lots of water sitting at the bottom of the tank for a long period of time, Use paper towel to soak up any excess water. Besides, de-mineralized water is highly recommended for terrarium. Alternatively, use rain water instead. Tap water is not good for the health of your plants. Tap water has salts that can create a buildup inside your terrarium, thus causing damage to the terrarium plants over time.