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studiosucculents:

Hen & Chicks
Sempervivum

This also known as a “Purple Beauty” has appropriately, dark purple leaves tinged with green centres depending on how much sun it gets. These guys are extremely easy to propagate - I’ve already pulled out a lot of “chicks” because this was getting so incredibly crowded.

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secret-notebook:

DIY Moss Terrarium

Ingredients:

Glass containerSmall pebblesActivated charcoalPotting soilMoss or other small plantsBamboo skewerOptional larger rocks for decoration


Directions:

1. Choose an open or closed top glass container. Old pickle or sauce jars work great.2. Create a false drainage system for the plant roots by adding a 1-inch thick layer of small pebbles.3. Add a thin layer of activated charcoal. You can purchase this at a pet store. The charcoal will help keep the water fresh and will help prevent mold and bacteria build-up.4. Add a layer of soil. You can use potting soil, we used soil from our yard.5. Place your plants in the terrarium. Use a bamboo skewer to make small holes, and place different types of moss in the jar, starting with larger plants near the back. We used a few nice rocks for decoration.
Aug 6, 2014 / 47 notes

secret-notebook:

DIY Moss Terrarium

Ingredients:

Glass container
Small pebbles
Activated charcoal
Potting soil
Moss or other small plants
Bamboo skewer
Optional larger rocks for decoration

Directions:

1. Choose an open or closed top glass container. Old pickle or sauce jars work great.
2. Create a false drainage system for the plant roots by adding a 1-inch thick layer of small pebbles.
3. Add a thin layer of activated charcoal. You can purchase this at a pet store. The charcoal will help keep the water fresh and will help prevent mold and bacteria build-up.
4. Add a layer of soil. You can use potting soil, we used soil from our yard.
5. Place your plants in the terrarium. Use a bamboo skewer to make small holes, and place different types of moss in the jar, starting with larger plants near the back. We used a few nice rocks for decoration.

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jakajak:

Summer, you’re so good to me.