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I have wanted to make a Terrarium for quite some time now, and I had the opportunity to do a Miracle GroTerrarium!
This was such fun and easily grow the project to create. Have you heard about The Gro Project? If you have not come and join in the community. Miracle-Gro gives you the green thumb you never knew you had, by joining in their growing community and they will guide you through your gardening journey.
You know how I like to create an inexpensive project and use the materials that I already have on hand; well this was one of the cheapest planting projects I have completed. I had everything on hand besides those cute little terrarium plants. Those cute little buggers only cost me $1 each, yes that was not a typo.
The first step was to fill the bottom of the glass container with the white pebbles, next is your Miracle-Gro soil and then place those cute little terrarium plants as your last step. That is it, simple, fast, and easy.
I love to get gardening and planting ideas and now you can too by following Miracle-Gro’s fun garden projects. Here you will find some simple tips and advice as well as some really inspiring pictures.
This adorable Terrarium will be placed in the living room. So what kind of green thumb do you have?
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Tumbleweed Contessa says
This is the perfect way to dress up those blank spots on counters and corners. Great share! Thanks for linking at What’d You Do This Weekend.
Cute! I’ve always loved the look of these! Nice job 🙂 Thanks for linking up too!
I love your terrarium. It’s a great project.
I love this idea… I am going to keep an eye out for a container at the next car boot sale I go too
What a fun project…I LOVE succulents and your project turned out beautifully
Love it! I want to try succulents since they’re easier to keep alive indoors that other plants!