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How-to: Home Herb Garden in a Glass Terrarium

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4 responses

  1. I love terrariums. The problem that I have is that they tend to go mouldy because I can’t manage the water content well :(. A bit like when I found an old lunchbox of my eldest daughter (now 25) under her bed with a green liquid in it…she had put some lettuce and a few garden snails in it to be pets and put it under her bed and forgot about it… my terrarium story to a tee, minus the floating snail shells 😉

    September 5, 2013 at 6:27 pm

  2. Wendy

    Hello,

    We visited your website,we found you have glass terrarium,We are Chinese manufacture.We have glass terrarium,geometric glass terrariums,glass domes and glass cover with various sizes and shapes? Our MOQ only 24pcs with factory price.100% refund the value of broken piece,all the accessories can be offered,custom designs can be accepted. We want to send you our price list with price,size,shape,picture,packing information about over 100 designs and sizes for your reference,but i don’t have your email,would you please send your email address to dikilasales@gmail.com? Then we will send you the price lists.

    If you have any questions ,please feel free to contact me.

    Waiting for your early reply
    Best regards
    Wendy

    Guangzhou Dikila Crafts Co.,Ltd
    Address: Room403,Building 11,TongHe,Baiyun,Guangzhou,
    Guangdong,China 510665
    Tel: 86-020-36707372
    Phone: 86-13826186964
    Skype: dikila_Wendy@163.com
    Email: dikilasales@gmail.com

    April 14, 2015 at 6:47 am

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