Terrarium Plants

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    A terrarium is a self-contained ecosystem and enclosed environment for plants, which is frequently sealed to keep moisture in and provide the plants with a proper microclimate. Closed Terrariums and Open Terrariums are the two most common types of terrariums.

    Closed Terrariums are airtight and high in humidity, making them ideal for growing emergent aquatic plants such as Anubias, Java Fern, Bolbitis, Java Moss, etc.


    Open Terrariums are not air-tight and generally have lower humidity, making them ideal for growing emergent aquatic plants or bog species that do not require high humidity, such as Dwarf Hairgrass, Rotala, Ludwigia, Creeping Jenny, and so on.

    Succulents and Air Plants (Tillandsia) are both drought-tolerant plants that work well in open terrariums. Many people feel that terrarium plants are good Feng Shui plants because they absorb negative energy and channel it into you and your home. It's a great option for those who don't have enough outdoor space but yet want to feel connected to nature.

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    Anubias Golden Nana - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Golden Nana - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Golden Nana
    from $8.99 Regular price $19.99
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    Anubias nana is a hardy plant that can thrive in a range of water conditions, from low to high light and from soft to hard water. It can be attached to driftwood, rocks, or planted directly into the substrate. It is a versatile plant that can be used to create a stunning aquascape in any aquarium.
    Anubias Nana
    from $6.99 Regular price $19.99
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    Anubias barteri var. Golden Coin APF Aquarium Plants Factory®
    Anubias Barteri Round Leaves | APF Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Barteri Round
    from $7.99 Regular price $19.99
    Anubias 'Super Petite' - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias 'Super Petite' - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias 'Super Petite'
    $12.99
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    Anubias Congensis Mini Potted APF Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Congensis Mini Bare-root APF Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Congensis Mini
    from $6.99 Regular price $19.99
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    Anubias Coffeefolia - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Coffeefolia - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Coffeefolia
    $19.99
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    Anubias Congensis - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Congensis - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Congensis
    from $7.99 Regular price $19.99
    Dwarf Mondo Grass - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Dwarf Mondo Grass
    from $4.99
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    Anubias coffeefolia is an exceptional plant for those looking to add a touch of unique beauty to their freshwater aquariums. Its distinctive wavy leaves, slow growth, and adaptability to low light conditions make it a standout choice for creating visually stunning and low-maintenance aquascapes.
    Anubias coffeefolia, a distinctive species of Anubias barteri, is renowned for its unique wavy, oblong leaves that start as a brownish-bronze, coffee hue before maturing into a deep green. This characteristic gives the plant its name and makes it a striking addition to any aquarium.
    Anubias Coffeefolia Tissue Culture
    Sale price $9.99 Regular price $19.99
    Anubias Congensis - Aquarium Plants Factory
    Anubias Congensis Broad Leaf
    from $7.99
    Anubias Barteri Petite Coin Tissue Culture APF Aquarium Plants Factory®
    Anubias Petite Round / Anubias Petite Coin Tissue Culture Aquarium Plants Factory®
    Anubias Petite Coin Tissue Culture
    $29.99
    Ophiopogon Japonicus Nana, commonly known as Dwarf Mondo Grass, is a compact variety of the popular Mondo Grass species. Known for its dense, dark green, grass-like clumps, this dwarf variety grows to only half the size of other Mondo Grass species, making it ideal for creating a lush groundcover in various settings, including Japanese gardens.
    Video showing the care and maintenance of Dwarf Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon Japonicus Nana), including planting techniques, ideal terrarium environments, and tips for keeping it healthy and vibrant. The video also highlights its use in Japanese gardens and demonstrates how to propagate the plant through division
    Ophiopogon Japonicus Tissue Culture (Mondo Grass)
    $12.99
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