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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote This is the Fourth episode of, “How to Terrarium.” In this episode, you will learn EVERYTHING you need to know in order to make an effective and natural-looking Cactus Terrarium. Cacti aren’t typically plants that would be housed in a terrarium. Therefore, if there were a cactus terrarium, this is it! As mentioned in the video, although you may see cactus terrariums online that look cool, they might not be tailored to the cactus plant (as they should be). In this series we are trying to make effective terrariums that not only look good, but are well-suited to the plants and animals they house. *Difficultly Level: Beginner/Intermediate* Cactus terrariums are pretty easy to care for and maintain as cacti are low maintenance plants for the most part. The difficultly with this terrarium is finding the proper container. Remember to put this terrarium in a bright and warm location. Note: Visit this link for the substrate mix. See the One Month Update for this Terrarium: Video Rating: / 5


  • TerrariumCrafts 7 months ago

    So informative. Thanks

  • Seth D 7 months ago

    I have a question, sparked by the intro:
    Is it possible to create a terrarium that produces a mist/fog
    or use a fog in a terrarium without interrupting the sustainability?

  • Dougal Draws 7 months ago

    i'm new to this fandom if you would call it that, but do i need to water a closed terrarium? or dose water itself from condensation?

  • atreadia 7 months ago

    I do not water my cacti at all from late October to early April.

  • outdoors and the ocean 7 months ago

    Thank you so much for this tutorial! I made an amazing cactus terrarium today and these tips were really helpfully and gave me a look to work around other mine. Really good video, but I found a thin soft paintbrush I had never used was a bit more efficient and less messy at cleaning the cacti, but that could just be my clumsiness. great video!

  • Anne Coble 7 months ago

    Can you use colored gravel and aquarium to make terranium?

  • HunLover05 7 months ago

    I love your terrariums! This makes me want to make a desert terrarium but I have a cat that probably wouldn’t leave it alone!

  • Sarath PN 7 months ago

    Can i use clay pot instead of glass containers??

  • david michell vaca capetillo 7 months ago

    Do you know if theres any way at all that it would be posible to make a closed terrarium with cacti or with suculents?

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  • Nick Giesler 7 months ago

    Have you ever put insects into your terrarium such as ants or aphids?

  • Rick Berman's brother in law 7 months ago

    I feel like i have to ask.
    How in God's name were you able to handle the cacti without gloves?

  • jlynn 7 months ago

    At 0:50 your "bunny cactus" really does look like a bunnys side view

  • lime roo fursuiter 7 months ago

    I would never be able to grab cacti like that lol

  • SivenMs 7 months ago

    You talk about the conditions for the plants to thrive in this video. How did your succulent terrarium do over time?

  • Mainely Hermit Crabs 7 months ago

    "Humidity will build up in here and shortly kill the cactus…"
    Leaves lid on the jar


  • Basil Alzubaydi 7 months ago

    Good video. Very instructive.

  • hanna johnston 7 months ago

    Hey, I'd definitely recommend using a brush (a toothbrush or a makeup brush, something with soft bristles) to get soil off of plants, that way you won't be blowing outside soil everywhere.

  • drexldog 7 months ago

    I know why you time lapsed the placement of the cacti…so we wouldn't hear you swearing at all the pricks you were getting from them with your bare hands. hahaha

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