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Lighted Terrarium
Lighted Terrarium
Lighted Terrarium

Lighted Terrarium

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Storm Lamp by Decorum Concepts

A unique and very pretty terrarium setup with a live plant. It's like your own mini portable rainforest!

LED light with batteries included  

Plant Options: 
Calathea burle marxii
Coffea arabica
Ficus Ginseng

Every plant is unique and can therefore differ from the plant shown on the photo. 

Please disregard option to add pebbles.

Diameter 6"
Height 14"

How do I take care of my Decorum Concept Jar?

You should make sure that the Decorum Concept Jar is not in direct sunlight, as this will cause the temperature to rise too quickly. You steam the plants alive!

The Jar should be placed in a location where it enjoys indirect sunlight.

Also take the cold into account, it is best to place the Jar in a place with a constant temperature.

A good location can be recognized by fog in the Jar on one side, while the other side is free during the day.

It usually takes about a week for the Jar to adjust to its new environment.

How long will the plant live?

This very much depends on you and a number of other factors; such as the place where you put the Jar, the incidence of light and temperature. If you take good care of the plant, it can last for years, we have experience with specimens that live very long. It is of course possible that your plant dies earlier due to circumstances.

How do you water it? How often?

Yes, but not as frequently as typical indoor plants. The greenhouse-like structure of terrariums recycles water instead of evaporating water into the ambient air with normal indoor plants.

If closed, you might be watering them (on average) once a month but this will vary depending on a variety of factors. Open terrariums benefit from being watered every 3-6 weeks. Rather than watering on a schedule, check the soil to see if and how much water your plants need.