DESERT TERRARIUMS

 

Cacti, succulents and bromeliads (the family that includes Cacti, succulents and bromeliads (the family that includes tillandsia, a.k.a. air plants) can be found in incredibly different landscapes, but what they all have in common is that they are incredibly good at storing water. Because of this, the Desert terrariums are ideal for the very busy or the very lazy, as they’ll survive quite awhile without a drop to drink, although they do need bright light. Cacti and succulents typically only need watering once a month in fall/winter and once every other week in spring/summer, while air plants love a good dunk in water about once a week.

 

Their terrariums have been designed with this in mind, providing easy access to grab the little guys and submerse them in the sink for a few minutes. Just be sure to let them drip-dry upside down before returning them to their homes in order to avoid root rot., a.k.a. air plants) can be found in incredibly different landscapes, but what they all have in common is that they are incredibly good at storing water. Because of this, the Desert terrariums are ideal for the very busy or the very lazy, as they’ll survive quite awhile without a drop to drink, although they do need bright light. Cacti and succulents typically only need watering once a month in fall/winter and once every other week in spring/summer, while air plants love a good dunk in water about once a week. Their terrariums have been designed with this in mind, providing easy access to grab the little guys and submerse them in the sink for a few minutes. Just be sure to let them drip-dry upside down before returning them to their homes in order to avoid root rot.

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