Peat Based Soil
Tiny Woodland Creatures
Step 1: Place rocks in the glass container. I found my container at a craft store but you can also search yard sales for affordable and unique terrarium containers. I purchased floral pebbles from my local craft store but you could also go rock picking in your own backyard.
Step 2: Place a layer of potting soil on top of the rocks. Terrarium expert and etsian, DoodleBirdie, informed me that peat based potting soil will help with any mildew problems. You could also add a layer of activated charcoal to cut down on the musty smell, but for a smaller terrarium this is not necessary.
Step 3: Place the live moss on top of the soil. I purchased a baggy of live moss from DoodleBirdie. You could also grow your own moss, but that wasn’t a possibility for me here in the dry hot desert.
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