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Arts & Science of Miniature Terrarium joanne@Gardens-With-Purpose.com HP 9002 1190
Most of our Photos Are from Google Image
World Farm 15 Bah Soon Pah Road Enter via Sembawang Rd Behind Khatib MRT Station Tel 6752 0500
About Green Fingers About Your Green Energy Science of Terrarium Art of Terrarium
Plastic Terrarium (Not Recommended) Choosing the Containers
The Ideal Environment For a LIVING THING
The Environment Sunlight Temperature Water : Humidity Drainage Moisture Soil : Aeration Muddy/Loose Dry Moist Soak
Sunlight Bright Light No Direct Sunlight
Terrarium On the Shelves
The Environment Humidity & Oxygen
Water When to Water How much to Water : Prefer Less How to Test the Wetness Too Dry Too Wet
Choosing Plants with Similar NEEDs Very Wet Ferns, Moss, Very Dry Cactus, Indoor : Grass (Flowering), most plants Average Requirement
Sphagmum Moss Terrarium Set-Up
Theme : For Kids
Theme : Grassland
Theme : Farmer
Project 2 : A Miniature Terrarium
Theme : StoneHenge
130 oC for 15 mins
Arts & Science of Miniature Terrarium HP
Arts & Science of Terrariums Mdm Joanne HP
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Welcome Gardens With Purpose Joanne Ng HP
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Parts of Ecosystems What are nonliving parts of ecosystems?
Science Station Conditions and their Effects on Plants.
The Interior Landscape: Houseplants and Plantscaping Original by Nancy Williams Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office – July, 2002.
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How do plants get water and sunlight? By Ommar Aburaddad And Hassan Al- Thani.
Plants are alive. Plants can move but very slowly.
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Climate Zones. About climate zones: Every climate region has its own special characteristics, such as amount of rain and sunlight, temperature, and nutrients.
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is the process by which plants make their own food.
What are biomes? The biosphere is divided into major areas called biomes.
BIOMES OF THE WORLD. What is a Biome? Scientists have developed the term Biome to describe areas on the earth with similar climate, plants, and animals.
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis Grade 4 Science SOL 4.4 Grade 4 Science SOL 4.4.
BIOME A LARGE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA WITH SIMILAR CLIMATE SOIL ANIMAL LIFE PLANT LIFE.
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Ecosystem Review. 1. What are the non-living parts of a woodland ecosystem? 1.Snakes, lizards, toad 2.Air, water, light 3.Crickets, isopods, earthworms.
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON People, Places, and Change HOLT 1 Wind, Climate, and Natural Environments Section 1: Winds and Ocean Currents Section 2: Earth’s.
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