Monday, April 27, 2009

Terrarium Update

Still loving. Still learning. Still adding "little" items. Only one terrarium, out of the nine, took a real dive. The succulents grew too quickly then had a burned look. Oh, and the big fishbowl terrarium, the Scottish Moss I used is turning yellowish, so I'm guessing it needs to be replaced as well. I'm kind of amazed that they have done so well for so long. My studio has such a woodsy and wonderful smell and look. I love the sparkle of the glass containers. I feel as if I'm in the midst of some wonderful science experiments. I've noticed the tiny trails of slugs early in the morning. Take out? Leave in? I kind of like the wildness of it.

Top photo-Fox and Kit on Fallen Logs
Middle photo-Annie's Creation Unfurling
Bottom Photo- Pit Bull at the Window

The song is Tiger Mountain Peasant Song by First Aid Kit


Pat said...

The fox and the kit terrarium look all of a whole. The foreground and the backgound are of one. Take the sl;ugs out, you won't have anything left after they eat their fill. Once, slugs devastated my strawberry patch. Yuck on slugs!
All are wonderful!
Ciaet! (cat in arms excuse typing)

Kristin said...

It is science in action. Yellow can mean too much water. Hold back and let it dry a bit and see if that improves the moss. I bet it smells good too. Everything always seem so orderly and clean around your house.