Oldest Terrarium

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    OMG very interesting… I am always amazed and curious about those terrariums. I have never had any luck…the weather patterns and temps change inside. They usually end up soggy and wet mildew…Growing since the 70’s is quite an accomplishment.
     
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    I don't know how he did it, either. I worked at a school in Poulsbo, Washington and they had a great horticulture teacher. I was able to do all the things she had her students do. One thing was make a terrarium. The plants all died, in mine.
     

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