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Ketaki Godbole Randiwe added this to An Introduction to Terrariums: Must-Have Mini Gardens31 January 2018

What container do I choose?When it comes to choosing a vessel, you can choose anything you find attractive, from a glass jar to a globe or a cloche to a small or large aquarium. Using interesting containers with animal motifs is another way to liven up your terrarium’s look.

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sandra_bon added this to sandra_bon's Idee24 May 2020

Gli animali! Soprattutto il coniglio e il koala

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artemis318 added this to Garden24 November 2019

Mini Succulent in a Whimsical Planter A succulent placed in a fun-shaped planter is a cute present that is sure to bring a smile to anyone on your gift list. While any small-scale houseplants can be placed in a whimsical planter, succulents are an easy bet. They take little water, so you can get away with watering lightly and occasionally if the planter you choose comes without a drainage hole. Plus, succulents are generally slow-growing, so a plant can live in limited soil space for a long period. Place potted succulents in a spot with bright sunlight indoors.

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