terrarium workshops

Why Should You Take a Terrarium Workshop?

If you have always wanted to learn how to create a terrarium, but were too afraid of making mistakes or didn’t know where to start- it’s time for you to take the plunge. Terrarium workshops are popping up all over the internet and they’re taking people by storm! You can find these workshops in your local community education center, at your local craft store, or even on social media. Terrariums are an awesome way for anyone regardless of skill level or age (meaning no matter if you’re young like me) to get better acquainted with gardening and green life while adding some life into their home.

This article will help you understand what terrariums are, why they’re so popular right now among both beginners and experienced gardeners, and all the wondrous things you can create with a terrarium. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to learn how to make your own garden.

A guide to successful terrarium care

A terrarium is an enclosed glass or plastic container. Terrariums can be used as decoration for your home, school, office, dormitory, etc. They are also used to grow plants indoors during cold seasons or to contain plants that need higher humidity levels because their leaves are sensitive to dehydration. The basic idea behind the terrarium workshops in Singapore is to create an ecosystem with soil and objects to make it look like a miniature garden. Below are some tips on how you can care for your terrarium workshop in Singapore.

  1. To make sure that there’s enough air circulation in your terrarium, open the lid every few days (2-3 times per week). You don’t want mold building up by wetting the inside of the glass surface too often.
  2. Water your plants once every 2 weeks. Only water the soil, not the leaves (the delicate green parts). Put a few drops of water at a time on the terrarium’s soil and let it absorb for 10 minutes before putting in more water. Never pour cold or hot water on your plants; room temperature is best! If you use bottled water, let it come to room temperature before pouring.
  3. Remove the plants from it if there is condensation building up or spilling out of the container. This means that you’re overwatering them and they need a little break from being in a closed environment.
  4. For live plants, never use pesticides on them! Pesticides will kill the plants and you’ll be unhappy.
  5. If the roots of your plant are visible, gently pull them to see if they’re growing. If so, give it some more space in your terrarium by moving soil around for new growth. If your plant’s leaves wilt, put some water on them and move the container into a spot that gets more sunlight.
  6. If you want more specific instructions on how to take care of your terrarium, it is wise to attend a workshop that will teach you the basics and the proper way to take care of plants with soil. A fundamental part of having a quality growing environment begins with using sterile potting soil made especially for plants that will grow in a closed environment.
  7. 7.   It is not an exact science and therefore there are no concrete rules of how you can make one, but some factors to keep in mind when building a terrarium include the amount of air circulation, the humidity level, and sunlight it gets. You may need to adjust these requirements depending

What to expect from a terrarium workshop

A terrarium workshop can be a really great and fulfilling experience. One of the benefits is that it’s full of hands-on learning and you’re able to get one on one attention while at the same time getting to know other people who share your enthusiasm for gardening. It’s also a great opportunity to learn about all sorts of plants, what they need, how they grow, and how to care for them when you get them home.

 It’s a really practical way of getting to know more about plants.

Kits for making your own terrarium workshops can be purchased online or at a local craft store, and you can even make your own out of a recycled container. You can use a wide range of found objects or imitation greenery from the craft store, but if you’re looking to make a really beautiful terrarium you’ll want to make sure you have the right plants.


If you’ve been wanting to learn how to create a terrarium, or have wanted for some time now, this is your opportunity! A terrarium workshop can teach you not only how to create your own beautiful backyard garden but also how to care for it when you get home from the workshop. This is a super cool way to add some life and color into any room in your house- no matter what size or shape.