Reused a small fish tank to make a terrarium.

Turn an old fish tank into a terrarium! its genius! and I happen to have an empty fish tank :D
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Create a hip looking terrarium from an old fish tank! Grab some soil, succulents, moss and fun decorations to add to the tank. Lightly water and display your masterpiece. Sure to add life to any room!
Empty Fish Tank Reuse as Terrarium for Small Plants and Seedlings in Winter by Joselito Briones
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The Ultimate Terrarium - Here is how we start - With an empty fish tank. You should clean the glass thoroughly but be very careful; any chemical cleaners you use can leave a residue that is poisonous to your plants and animals so use very little cleaner and rinse it out thoroughly with plain water. Cactus Terrarium-hmm? Maybe Dave can do something like this with that old fish tank?
Photo provided by FlickrTurning a fish tank into a terrarium.. Wish me luck with this project! :D
Photo provided by Flickr– Enjoy the higher humidity and temperature controls, so use a fish tank terrarium for Cephalotus.
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How to make a Terrarium in 4 steps … The size of your container will affect the amount of materials you will need and use: 1. The first layer is rocks, which you can purchase at pet, garden or craft stores. Add enough to the bottom for adequate drainage. 2. The next layer is activated charcoal, which you can get at pet or garden stores (it is used in fish tanks). Add a thin layer over the rocks. 3. Depending on the depth of your container, you will next add soil. Leave enough ...My succulent terrarium. I layered my Goodwill bowl with fish tank gravel and potting soil mixed with sand. Then I added my plants and topped it off with moss from my yard.You can use a fish tank -- or aquarium -- to make a terrarium. The key to making an attractive terrarium that will thrive is to layer gravel, charcoal and soil to create a suitable growing environment for your plants. Once your terrarium is set up, it will require very little care to maintain.Create a hip looking terrarium from an old fish tank! Grab some soil, succulents, moss and fun decorations to add to the tank. Lightly water and display your masterpiece. Sure to add life to any room!This guide is about converting an aquarium into a terrarium. When your fish tank is worn out or you do not need it anymore, recycle it into a controlled environment for plants or reptiles.Unlike a fish tank, which must be broken down into its components for a move, a terrarium is a self-contained indoor garden that is best moved in one piece.Create a hip looking terrarium from an old fish tank! Grab some soil, succulents, moss and fun decorations to add to the tank. Lightly water and display your masterpiece. Sure to add life to any room!How to make a Terrarium in 4 steps … The size of your container will affect the amount of materials you will need and use: 1. The first layer is rocks, which you can purchase at pet, garden or craft stores. Add enough to the bottom for adequate drainage. 2. The next layer is activated charcoal, which you can get at pet or garden stores (it is used in fish tanks). Add a thin layer over the rocks. 3. Depending on the depth of your container, you will next add soil. Leave enough ...