TerrariumCall Alethea at 98286006 or email us at email@example.com to enquire now.
Thinking of the perfect gift that can help beautify your living space while imparting some science to your guest? Terrarium, as the name suggest is akin to an aquarium, out goes the fish and in comes the plants! The beauty of the Terrarium is perhaps seeing nature at work, watching your ‘miniature’ garden of plants grow and knowing it will survive even when you don’t water it daily. Terrariums are perfect for kids due to the ease and simplicity of maintaining one. Watch as water from the soil evaporates and condenses in the jar which then returns to the soil and nourishes the plants! This cycle continues and keeps the plants self sufficient hence watering is only required once every 3 months!
$450 for 15 kids - 60 mins | $28 per additional child as per 2018
Would I be able to keep my Terrarium after the workshop?
You bet! For all the hardwork and love you put in you definitely deserve to keep that Beautiful Terrarium! Everyone gets to bring home their own masterpiece complete with cute miniature decorations in it.
How big is the Terrarium jar?
The jars have a diameter of 9.5cm and a height of 23.5cm. The perfect size for any desk.
Can you host large groups?
We can cater to groups of 100 and up, the duration, number of facilitators and attendees can be adjusted according to your budget and needs.
What setup do you require?
We require a table for every 5 kids, as well as chairs for them. Alternatively this can be conducted with the kids seated on the ground and we would recommend having groundsheets for hygiene purposes.
Tropical terrariums care instructions
● Light: Avoid direct sunlight — don’t put it near a window!
● Water: You need to manage how “wet” the inside of the terrarium is, depending on the temperature and humidity of the room your terrarium is. If your terrarium has a lid, it retains more moisture. From our experience you’ll only need to water it with 2 tablespoons of water every 3 months or so.
● If you see fog inside the glass, take the lid off and let it dry a few hours.
● If it looks or feels dry to the touch inside, add a little water until you see moisture in the gravel at the bottom (a tablespoon at a time for larger terrariums, just a few drops at a time for tiny ones).
● Only use de mineralised water (available from supermarkets and hardware stores) or rainwater, as tap water contains salt that can build up inside the terrarium causing damage to your plants.
● After watering, allow the leaves of the plants to dry before placing the lid.
● Fertilizer is not necessary in terrariums, which is a self-contained ecosystem. Fertilizers will cause a buildup of soluble salts in the soil, which will damage your plants.
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