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Like the maidenhair fern! (but not the skull!)

CANNOT WAIT to move out of my apartment that gets no sunlight so I can make some terrariums. I think they add such a great vibe!

“Terrarium” is on display in the Steinhardt Conservatory at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden through February 26. The garden is open until 4:30 p.m. every day of the week, and during the winter (through March 11), weekday admission is free! Read more: Dozens of Beautiful Terrariums Now on Display at Brooklyn Botanic Garden | Inhabitat New York City

Urban Spring Garden. $25.00 Check out her Etsy it's got some awesome terrariums.

fits with the geometric/crystal I've got motif going on... I could also put some creepy little dolls in these

orchid terrarium - Where can I get a container like this?

A roomy Wardian case; pebbles or aquarium gravel; activated aquarium charcoal; potting mix; sheet moss; a mister with distilled water; and at least five plants. Real Simple used a parlor palm seedling, a ‘Red Splash’ polka dot, a lady’s slipper orchid, a ‘Pink Starlight’ earth star, a Pearcea, and miniature ivy. Also consider a heart fern, a mosaic plant, a dwarf begonia, creeping fig, and baby’s tears.

Overview vivarium - hexagon, from Vivaria Projects

Terrarium Glass Hanging Double Hook with Succulents Vertical Gardening DIY Kit. $24.00, via Etsy. Love this

I love this style orchid terrarium and would love to try it with other plants!