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January 23, 2010


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Shady Gardener

I'll watch to see how this works... from experiences I've had with terrariums in the past, the leaves don't like to touch the wet sides of the glass container. You've done a lovely job, though, Kathleen (as usual!) ;-) Have a great weekend.


Looks great now that is for sure!!


I love terrariums. The nursery near us had some really pretty ones put together.
The primrose looks really pretty, they usually like it moist. As usual you've made it extra nice with your creative touches!


It looks sweet. I've always loved terrariums and I think they are coming back judging by the number of glass ones you find at second hand and antique stores. The primrose is a cheery spring color!


I've been thinking about making my daughter's 10 gallon fish tank into a terrarium, they're just so neat. I think I need to look for a book like that to see if my idea is doable...


Beautiful terrarium! I would be interested to hear how the primula fairs in the terrarium environment- the shay gardener is right- foliage should not be allowed to rest on the glass walls.

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