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Removing plants from their pots on a bright yellow surface scattered with soil.
Emma Sibley of London Terrariums holding up a tweezer tool above her flask terrarium, in her shop that is filled with a variety of terrariums in the background.

Taking care of your terrarium

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Terrariums are self-sustaining ecosystems, meaning they very rarely need to be watered and are completely low maintenance.

Although these tiny self-containing ecosystems do not require a whole lot of TLC, there are steps you should take to help keep yours happy and healthy.

In this short course, Emma gives her top tips on how to help your terrarium thrive.

Emma says, "Fundamentally, it's not only about creating aesthetically beautifully objects. For us it is the deeper fascination with how plants behave and the exciting part terrariums play in the history of horticulture."

Why not try one of our other terrarium or plant courses?


Emma Sibley of London Terrariums standing in her shop front in New Cross.

London Terrariums

London Terrariums is run by Emma Sibley. From making terrariums for friends and family to the shop opening in 2017, London Terrariums is where you can buy ready-made terrariums, kits or attend a workshop. Emma is a member of the British Cactus and Succulent Society.