How to care for and grow a moss terrarium
Moss terrariums…your tiny forest in a jar.
Terrariums are a perfect environment for moss because they are able to maintain the appropriate humidity and moisture levels.
Keep indoors, near bright light but away from direct sun.
It is possible to grow moss under a fluorescent or LED light.
※If you grow moss under these lights, expose terrarium to 8-10 light hours hours per day.
Moss needs a moist environment, because water is absorbed through the leaves, the whole terrarium should be sprayed once every 2 -3 weeks. Check to see that the soil is always moist but water is not pooling in the bottom, in this case excess water should be removed with a dropper.
Generally fertilizer is not needed unless the moss begins to lose its colour. If this happens, liquid fertilizer for foliage plants can be applied by misting once or twice a year. It is easy to over fertilize however so follow the dilution instructions.
If the moss outgrows the terrarium, it can be trimmed with scissors. Likewise any brown parts of moss should be removed to prevent mold.Shoots will grow 1 to 2 months after trimming.
Eventually your forest may outgrow its jar, when this time comes, the moss can be removed with tweezers. After trimming any brown parts it can be placed in its newly prepared home.
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