The Terrarium That Started It All

So for Teacher’s Day this year, we were each presented with a little terrarium, which I fell in love with immediately.

Unfortunately my original set-up didn’t last for more than a week, due to the simple reason of me forgetting to get them water during the one week break.

Feeling utterly remorseful, I went to do research, buy new plants, and attempted to try again.

It’s been about a month now, and I’m happy to report that the new plants are growing well. A little too well, in fact. I thought they looked cuter when they were no taller than the rim of the fishbowl.

Doing all that research has been growing on me too, and so the colleague and I decided to order some supplies online to make more of our own. I’ve been playing around with moss, sand, soil, plants, airplants, stones and pebbles, and miniature trees and animals, and yes, having a lot of fun! Who knew making a miniature world within a class container could be so addictive and therapeutic. A few friends have their birthdays coming up, and I’m going to try to make them a personalised terrarium. Wish me luck.

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