Mother and son form terrific terrarium team to plant joy amid the pandemic

When it comes to terrarium design, there are multiple elements to consider, including soil composition, humidity, container and plants. Photo:

Thanks to his late grandfather, Victor Lee developed an interest in nature and plants as a child. He was also attracted to dioramas and miniature models of buildings and landscapes, as well as the concept of zen gardens and Japanese handiwork.

“I find them very intricate and detailed. I am even more amazed at how they can make and cramp building models, plants and figurines into small containers. Ever since then, I have been obsessed with terrariums, miniature landscapes and dioramas, ” says Lee, 32.

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