Terrariums

Potted plants

Air-plants

Clusia in water

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Regular Terrariums

The regular terrariums maintains a micro climate. This is not the same as the ecosystem in the self-sufficient terrariums. The plants in these terrariums generally generate too much humidity and therefore they have to be opened up occasionally to vent.

Ventilate
When you see a lot of condensation on the inside of your terrarium it is good to leave the cork open for a few hours to get rid of the excessive moisture.

Watering
In principle these terraria should not be watered. However if the cork has been open for too long and the moss and plants are visibly dry, make sure to water it just a bit before closing.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Plant Deco

Caring after our Cacti and Succulent assortment is very easy. Please find below some tips and tricks to get the most out of your plant. Since we only work with cacti and succulents in this collection, the care is very easy.

Watering:
Cacti originate from countries where it is usually very dry. Therefore they need a little bit of water. It is best to provide your Cacti a little water once every 2 weeks on the potting soil (not on the plant). If you forget to water the Cactus, don’t worry. It has enough reserves to survive a decent time (months).

Please note!
Keep in mind that it does not like too much water.

Succulents need a little more water than a Cactus. It is best to give them a good splash of water on the potting soil (not on the plant) once every 2 weeks.

Light:
Cacti and Succulents like to be in a light environment but do not need sunlight to live.

Temperature:
The plants feel most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Air Plants (Tillandsias)

Watering:
Most Tillandsia’s come from the rainforests of Costa Rica, where they live from the humidity. In a living room or shop they need extra moisture to survive. Just spray your air plants well with water once every 2 weeks.

Please note!
Make sure there is no excessive water in the bottles with air plants. This will cause fungus to grow.

Tip!
The climate in a bathroom is ideal for the air plants. There they live on the humidity of the room.

Light:
Hang or put your Tillandsia in a light place but not in direct sunlight.
Thanks to the light the plants grow and they retain their beautiful color.

Temperature:
The plants feel most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.

Care Tips Self-sufficient Terrarium

These autonomous terrariums have been made with great care and built with the right elements
(including active charcoal) at a Dutch grower. To sustain its ecosystem, the bottle must be closed 2 weeks after production. On the label attached to the bottle you will find the date on which the bottle must be closed (or already has been closed).

Beware!
Make sure to never open the terrarium, (nor to water it) so the ecosystem does not get d isrupted.

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 terrarium is most comfortable in a climate between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius.