Join us to learn how to build your own Demijohn Terrarium at Sheffield Botanical Gardens.
Learn the history of Terrariums, how to care for them and the ideal plants to fill them with. You will be provided with everything you need to create your own little ecosystem, we will have a range of plants for you to choose from including Fittonia,Ficus and Moss as well as a large sealable glass jar. We will guide you through creating your own terrarium which will be all yours to take home at the end of the session. This is a great individual or group experience for anyone who wants to learn some new indoor gardening skills.
You will leave with a care guide for your terrarium as well as all you need to know about how to make more terrariums as we know they can be quite addictive!
We will be hosting this event indoors at the beautiful Sheffield Botanical Gardens in the Dorothy Fox Education Centre which is best accessed via the Thompson Road Entrance just off Ecclesall Road. The Education Centre can be found near the public toilets and noticeboard.
Dimensions - These are about H34cm by W17cm.
Light - These enjoy a spot with indirect sunlight e.g. a North-facing window
Watering - Very infrequently/never, more information provided in care guide
Please note this event will be held at the Dorothy Fox Education Centre. This is in the South East corner of the Botanical Gardens and is near the Thompson Road entrance - from this point enter the park, walk along the path and it is about 200m ahead on the right side - next to the public toilets.
There is free on street parking on Clarkehouse Road, or Pay and Display metres on Thompson Road, Ecclesall Road is easily accessed by bus.
Hi! We are passionate about terrariums and have been making and working with them for 5+ years now. We love meeting the lovely people that come to our workshops and seeing the joy that comes from making a beautiful ecosystem from scratch.
Dorothy Fox Education Centre, Sheffield Botanical Gardens ,
Clarkhouse Road, S10 2LN Sheffield
Build your own Demijohn Terrarium at The Sheffield Botanical Gardens