Terrariums

Care tips semi self-sufficient terrariums

The semi self-sufficient terrariums have a micro climate inside. The plants release oxygen that will be transferred into humidity. The plants create enough humidity on themselves mostly even too much, this will not be regulated by itself.

Ventilate
It is important to open the deck for a couple of hours when there is too much humidity on the inside of the terrarium.
In case of too much humidity mould can appear. Most of time the plants can be (partially) saved if you open the lid longue enough, you can take of the leaves and branches that have mould. You can easily replace one of the plants in case of severe mould.

Watering
The terrariums don’t need extra water, as the plants create enough humidity.

Light
The terrariums like to be in the light but should not be placed in direct sunlight. When placed in direct sunlight, the combination of glass and moisture makes that the temperature in the bottle will get too high.

Temperature
The best temperature is between 15-25 degrees.

Care tips self-sufficient terrariums

The self-sufficient terrariums are build up with special materials that create a real ECO system inside the bottle. Those terrariums must be closed two weeks after the production date (date is on the label) to be never opened again. It is a real forest in a bottle, this means that brown leaves can appear and fall off, this will be compost for the ECO system.

Ventilate
In extreme cases, like extreme heath there can be occasionally too much humidity and in this case you can open the lid for a couple of hours. Opening the lid will disturb the ECO system so we advise to only open it shortly in extreme circumstances.

Watering
Never water the terrariums.

Light
The terrariums like to be in the light but should not be placed in direct sunlight. When placed in direct sunlight, the combination of glass and moisture makes that the temperature in the bottle will get too high.

Temperature
The best temperature is between 15-25 degrees.