This high quality glass terrarium by Bioloark is perfect for creating a miniature enclosed aquascape, mini garden or forest in a perfect, stunning jar with a matching lid. These terrariums have been carefully designed with circulation in mind and the lid is equipped with an inward-facing drop shaped conical design. As evaporation occurs, water drips straight back into the landscape meaning it’s not only a clever but also economical design reusing what would otherwise be wasted water. In addition, it has 2 built in ventilation holes to balance out humidity in versus humidity out.
A cup specially designed for terrariums and moss terrariums. The water vapor in the container naturally collects due to the curve at the top of the cup and falls down as water droplets.
Water vapor circulates in the plant, making it possible to grow the plant well with less watering.
Since there are air holes on the side of the container, proper air circulation is created even when the lid is left closed.
The beautiful form designed exclusively for growing terrariums and moss terrariums makes it ideal as a room interior.
Let’s enjoy a plant, small garden or small forest just for you by putting it near you.
Since the lid can be easily removed, maintenance is easy and only the lid becomes cloudy with water droplets. The lid part has a structure that opens completely independently, so it is easy to ventilate and maintain.
The inside of the container is kept at an appropriate humidity, but the container may become cloudy due to conditions such as the temperature difference during the day. However, in the MY series, only the upper lid part is cloudy. It is a merit because it is a dedicated design.
This unique form of the MY series specifically designed for terrariums and moss terrariums. The three holes in the container maintain the proper humidity and create the proper air circulation.
Designed to collect water droplets in the centre along this dent when the humidity inside the container becomes high and water droplets are generated. Water droplets drop on the bottom of the container and fall down, preserving the ecosystem inside the container.