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Choosing a terrarium plant

Terrariums are easy projects. And they mimic nature's water cycle - a lesson in simple science. Create an indoor garden under glass with these plants: ? Miniature begonias (information at www.kartuz.com; http://begonias.org) ? Small ferns ? Nerve...

Terrariums are easy projects. And they mimic nature's water cycle - a lesson in simple science.

Create an indoor garden under glass with these plants:

  • Miniature begonias (information at www.kartuz.com; http://begonias.org)
  • Small ferns
  • Nerve plant
  • African violets
  • Jade plants
  • Miniature peperomia
  • Oxalis
  • Pink polka dot plant
  • Carnivorous plants
  • Moss

You will need:

  • A clear, nonplastic wrap
  • Plants with the same cultural requirements
  • Potting medium
  • Horticultural charcoal
  • A kitchen spoon
  • Long tweezers
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