Make your own beautiful mossy landscape terrariums. The fun is truly in the making.
Spend some time outside. Ethically harvest some moss and other small plants. Stones, shells and even small pieces of bark can look very nice in your landscape. To start, mound some potting soil or garden soil on a dish or tray of your choosing. Arrange moss to the desired effect. Add embellishments like a stone or an acorn. Cover with a glass cloche.
This one has a stone path.
I love this tree-clubmoss (Dendrolycopodium obscurum) that grows on my property!
This one has an empty snail shell that I found in my garden.
I made these cloches from glass juice jugs that I cut the bottoms off. I will give instructions on that another time.
Remember to lift the glass and mist your mini landscape from time to time. Place in indirect sunlight.
I also like to use a little plant with red berries called partridge berry (Mitchella repens) and it can be found locally and grows nicely in terrariums like these. Here is what the plant looks like.