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Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

January 20, 2008
8:11 AM

Post #4427954

Well done! Every few years, one or the other of my daughters decides this is what she wants to do as a project - now we won't have to keep Googling the information. Do you ever put in ponds and wildlife?
xx, Carrie
S of Lake Ontario, NY
(Zone 6a)

January 20, 2008
11:14 AM

Post #4428022

Great article - now I want one!
Fredericksburg, VA
(Zone 7b)

January 20, 2008
1:07 PM

Post #4428105

Good stuff, love the whole idea. I may have to get me one of these. :)


South China, ME
(Zone 5a)

January 20, 2008
2:42 PM

Post #4428310

I have an empty aquarium upstairs in the spare room, I think I need to go shopping for some "materials". Thank you!!!!!!


Lower Hudson Valley, NY
(Zone 6b)

January 20, 2008
3:01 PM

Post #4428373

Nice job, 3G! Maybe I'll try one with my kids.
North Augusta, ON

January 20, 2008
4:21 PM

Post #4428641

Thank you all!!

It was such a fun project and I just had to share how easy it really is. I have never tried to incorporate ponds and wildlife though...maybe someday.

Marshall Islands
(Zone 11)

January 20, 2008
10:52 PM

Post #4430204

Great article Lee Anne! I envision a boom in the terrarium trade during the next few weeks of cold weather.

Niles, IL
(Zone 5b)

January 21, 2008
12:06 AM

Post #4430498

sold me :) I'm going to have to wait for next summer and hit all the garage sales
Naples, FL
(Zone 10a)

January 21, 2008
2:41 AM

Post #4431067

very nice article!
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

January 21, 2008
12:37 PM

Post #4432042

Great idea, I have use mine to to root my spider plants,and otherstarts I get off plants,I keep them in water till the roots are ready to plant,then pot them and keep them there till they are bigger and strong.Works like a charm,and I don't have to worry about my 4 cats chewing on them,you can really start anything in them I suppose,I need to get on my kitty greens,the cats are better when they have those to chew on.
Mid-Cape, MA
(Zone 7a)

January 21, 2008
4:00 PM

Post #4432789

Lee Ann, I'm hooked. Especially on a cooooold day like today when a new "garden project" that can be done indoors really appeals. . . I'm off to our local pet store to check out supplies, etc. And I can really put in any little tiny statues that I want to?
Thank you!!
Puerto Rico

February 5, 2010
5:45 PM

Post #7532516

OOh! I like your article here. Thanks for recommending some small plants that would work in a terrarium. That's always been the biggest problem I've had (if anyone wants a drier tank, small bromeliads and tillandsias are great too).

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