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We’re expecting a few new little faces at HGTV headquarters, so it’s no surprise the Design Happens crew has caught a severe case of baby fever. Don’t get me wrong. I’m just as baby crazy as everyone else around here, but there is something else I’ve been fawning over lately: terrariums.

We're still loving terrariums at HGTV's Design Happens.Propeller Vine / Butterfly Aquarium 
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I could look at terrariums all day. And with no foreseeable end to winter, thanks to our crazy Tennessee weather, I plan to make a terrarium of my own to put some life back into my home while I wait for spring.

Learn how to make your own terrarium in less than 20 minutes >> 

3 Responses

  1. CplusE says:

    I planted a terrarium in a 15-gallon aquarium. Fifteen years and one cross country move later, it is still going strong. The one tip missing from the instructions is terrarium maintenance — keeping the glass clean is my biggest problem. Oh, and also keeping the philodendron under control so the other plants can survive!

  2. Carlee says:

    I've always enjoyed terrariums. Love the ones shown.

  3. HGTVMallory says:

    Add me to the list of "People who have been putting off making their own terrariums but are suddenly motivated yet again."

Jessica YonkerJessica Yonker is a editor for HGTV.com and a professional glitter handler. She loves decorating her friends' homes without their permission and practicing for her inevitable appearance on Chopped. Like...


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