Creativity is one of the most sought-after skills in this day and age. Terrarium Workshop Singapore, a workshop that has been around for more than ten years, offers terrarium workshops to unleash your creativity.
Terrariums are miniature gardens that can be used as decorative pieces or even small living ecosystems for plants and insects! The Terrarium Workshop will teach you how to make your terrarium – it’s easy with their step-by-step instructions.
The Terrarium Workshops in the past have taught people who want to become gardeners without soil, kids looking for an indoor gardening project. Those who love creating art through design and coloring (think of those wonderful stained-glass creations) but don’t have time or money for expensive classes – the list goes on. They also offer larger-scale courses for those who want to create their garden.
Their step-by-step instructions on how to make a Terrarium:
Step 1) Find a container that will fit your Terrarium.
Step 2) Add potting soil, stones, mosses, and other decorative items to the bottom of the Terrarium.
Step 3) Place plants in small clusters around the inside of the Terrarium. Use different types of plants for variety – terraces with lots of sun exposure or shadier spots underneath rocks can help create this effect. If you are using houseplants from your home garden, be sure they’re healthy before introducing them into another environment like Terraria!
*Tip: Plants thrive most when their roots have plenty of space to grow, so don’t pack too many in one cluster*.
Step 4) Fill up water nearly to the top (leaving room at least an inch or two for the Terrarium’s lid) and add a plant fertilizer tablet.
Step 5) Seal up your Terrarium with its lid, tucking in any hanging mosses on the top lip of the container. Be sure to include drainage holes at the bottom!
Conclusion: Terrarium workshops have become increasingly popular in Singapore because of their creative potential. You should try going on one yourself to get what the hype is all about!