Do It yourself: desert terrarium
It’s no secret that I kind of love terrariums. Like all sorts of other vivariums, a terrarium is an enclosed case that you raise “life” in, in this case plants. But in the case of the Desert Terrarium, it’s for desert plants, and other desert things, like sand. After finding a bunch of magical desert terrariums online, I decided to make my own. All I had to go out and buy for this project was the sand.
In true Katie-style, I didn’t bother looking up how to do it properly. I just went for it and made it up and it turned out okay. So clearly this is one easy DIY!
Sticky and Stabby thrived in their little terrarium and outgrew it in about a week or two. To give you an idea, Sticky was almost poking out the top of the mason jar, and Stabby was squished up against the glass when I repotted them. Now they have their own pots and are very happy! But a warning… it was near impossible getting them out of their container! Working with cactus ain’t easy.