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2418 Black Gold Ct., Houston, TX 77073
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A sealable glass container containing soil and plants, and can be opened for maintenance to access the plants inside. We use different kinds of plants and ornaments, every single terrarium is unique and will give you a story of its own. 


This art is originally from Japan. A ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows. A unique, low-maintenance  moss ball that guaranteed will make your house looks more beautiful!


Native American cultures believe that the cactus represents warmth, protection, and motherly love. Because cacti plants can survive in harsh conditions, they've become a symbol of unconditional, maternal love. A mother's love is strong and enduring just like a cactus.


Living walls are popular but their ongoing maintenance can be a hassle, we use sustainable, versatile, all natural
Plant elements for our wall art with a variety of botanical materials....beautifully maintenance free


A zero maintenance night lamp with live plants inside, you do not need to water them!


Moss terrariums require 3 basic elements to thrive: moisture, light, and temperature.



How and when should you water your terrarium?

Each terrarium is different depending on several factors, bottle size, amount of soil, environment (does your home have dry air??), Lighting, etc. Terrariums with a tightly fitting lid will lock moisture in more easily than those without any lid at all, resulting in a longer period of time between watering. These terrariums can be lightly sprayed once every 8-10 weeks. If your moss terrarium is not sealed you will have to water more frequently.

What kind of water should be used??

Natural spring water and rainwater are the best.



Light requirements

Although moss prefers a shady location in its natural environment, it does appreciate bright indirect light. Room lighting is usually enough but it will thrive in close to 3-4’ of a window or lamp. A dark corner is not an appropriate place for a terrarium. However, never place the terrarium in direct sunlight as it will cook to death under the magnifying effect of its glass home.



Moss terrariums fare best when they are kept in a cool location 72°-74°F, mold loves a dark, warm and humid environment and can take over, once mold appears it can be difficult to get rid of it, but it’s possible to get rid of mold. How?? Take a Q-Tip dipped in hydrogen peroxide and gently wipe away mold from the terrarium. Repeat with fresh Q-Tip as needed. Mold commonly hides in the soil so MY DIY TERRARIUM is using a special substrate that minimizes the chances of mold.


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