Your home or office is about to be the site of an endless summer, thanks to your new glass plant terrarium. You can see it in your mind already. The flowers will be blooming during the darkest of December days. The carnivorous plants will nibble away as Jack Frost beats on the door. You’ll ring in the New Year with new sprouts. It’s going to be great!
When selecting your plants I recommend you make your Terrarium Singapore, or at least your first Terrarium, with only one particular type of carnivorous plant. The different species of plants have varying needs and caring properly for one type can kill another type.
You will need two Terrarium workshop sources of light one to provide heat and the other for UVB exposure. You will need a reptile carpet for the flooring. Sand should be avoided as well as other materials that are not intended for your beardie. The local pet shop should be able to explain everything to you.
Selection of plants – People often fret over which plants go with which plants and you should give this no thought at all. Select an odd number of plants such as 3, 5 or 7 and select them with a variety of leaf shapes. Some should have slender stalks and others should have round and full leaves. Try to vary the color of the plants too. As you are browsing for your plants place them side by side to see what they will look like in an arrangement. Does it look attractive? Do the plants compliment each other. Move the pots around and look for attractive arrangements.
The trip home will be one of the most stressful times of an anole’s life. Be sure not to tack on other errands. Bring your pet directly home and have their terrarium all prepared and ready to go.
Of course, you should clean the shelter of your pet regularly. Wipe the floor covering and remove the feces scattered around. Also, be sure that you set the temperature inside the shelter correctly. Proper iguana care requires ensuring that the iguana lives comfortably in its shelter, so you should mimic nature. One side of its housing should be cool while the other should be warm to mimic daytime and nighttime temperatures.
Think about how you feel about the process and your time. Are you ready to build your own plant terrarium, or does a kit make more sense for you? If you are ready to learn the ropes and to accept some risk of failure, it makes sense to build your own. If not, a kit may be the right choice for you.