Terrarium Kits

Miniature terrariums are taking the garden world by storm. And terrarium kits make it easier than ever to set up your own little garden under glass.

Driftwood and Blown Glass Sculpture for Sale

Create a one-of-a-kind terrarium, starting with a glass vessel like the one shown above. Add your own plants and materials for a unique display. Make it reflect your personality. Make a woodland setting with moss and ferns. Or a captivating beach with sand, shells and beach glass.

I love the look of this ultra-modern terrarium -- ideal for a scene that's sure to be admired by all who see it. 

Get Your Supplies and Plants

Terrarium/Fairy Garden Kit

It's all here. Everything you need to put in your terrarium: river rocks, charcoal, sheet moss, potting mix, plus 3 tropical plants ready to live in your mini green world.

Mini Fern Collection

Ferns Make Ideal Terrarium Plants

This collection of ferns (shown at right) will thrive in your terrarium, surrounded in humidity like their native tropical forest. 

Their feathery fronds are enough to fill a good sized vase or jar. Or split them up and make 2 or 3 smaller terrariums. 

Your plants will thrive only if there is sufficient light. Put your little terrarium near a window, but away from direct sunlight. Glass will magnify the sun's rays and damage tender tropicals.

Just the Basics

Terrarium Kit

Apothecary Jar

Already have your plants? Then all you need are the supplies shown here.

Ideal for beginners -- or anyone who wants to make it easier -- the kit shown at left includes potting soil, sheet moss, charcoal and river rocks for a good-sized container. Or make a few with small containers, like the decorative jar shown at right.

Air Plant Terrarium

The Air Plant Tillandsia Kit (shown at right) comes with everything you need for your little garden globe: tiny seashells, glass globe and air plant.

Whether growing in seashells, as the shown here, or moss or pebbles, you want to keep the roots moist at all times. To water, just spray with room-temperature water. Avoid leaving standing water at the bottom because the roots may rot if kept too wet.

It makes an easy office plant. Take it to work and get ready for the compliments.

Moss Terrarium Kit

Perhaps one of the easiest moss terrariums you'll ever grow, the DIY Terrarium (shown here) has all the supplies you need to put it together in minutes.

Moss, potting soil and rocks fit beautifully in a cork-topped jar -- plus a figurine to add an eye-catching element to your mini green world.

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