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Many of the animals will be for sale, along with the necessary terrariums and accessories at wholesale prices.
There are certain plants for terrariums and some tiny succulents for miniature gardens or settings.
In the Walled Garden, Bonsai and Beyond members will be displaying a rich composition of (miniature) treasures from the plant world including bonsai, saikei, penjing, hon non bo, kusamono, terrariums, fairy gardens and hanging gardens.
Edith Jones is a career product of the conservative judicial terrarium and is often mentioned as a candidate for the Supreme Court, which is a nightmarish prospect.
There are hypnotic videos starring a renowned Japanese mixologist whose cocktails resemble tiny terrariums, and a series in which a sushi chef makes onigiri—rice balls—that resemble the rapper Lil Uzi Vert or the K-pop star G-Dragon.
Plant Nite gathers participants in bars and restaurants in 36 states and teaches them how to make a terrarium.
Other inhabitants include colorful Gouldian finches, waddling button quail, and terrariums filled with frogs, lizards, and other critters.
Mini Marvel Let your air plants shine by showing them off in a clear glass light bulb or teardrop terrarium from Air Plant Design Studio.
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A terrarium at the Zoo
The turtle exhibit at a zoo is often in the form of a terrarium, as are some of the exhibits at a plant conservatory. In an ant terrarium, elementary-school students watch the ants dig their network of tunnels as if no one were watching. Terrariums try to create conditions as close as possible to a natural habitat. A covered terrarium can often sustain itself for months on the moisture trapped inside. But creating a good terrarium requires careful control not only of humidity but also of temperature, as well as good ventilation; the lighting should include the full spectrum of sunlight as well as a day-night regulator.
TERRARIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of terrarium for English Language Learners
: a glass or plastic box that is used for growing plants or keeping small animals indoors
TERRARIUM Defined for Kids
Definition of terrarium for Students
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