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Ask a Master Gardener: How to create a garden in a terrarium

PLANTS THAT EITHER are naturally small and slow growing or that can be pruned to stay small will work well in terrariums. photo / Karolina Grabowski/Pexels

Terrariums are miniature gardens in lidded, clear-glass containers. Their closed environment requires little care and only occasional maintenance.

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