Creating a Native Plant Terrarium

15/10/2017 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
St. Kilda Indigenous Nursery Co-op
525 Williamstown Rd
Port Melbourne VIC 3207
Starting at $43.003
Richard Rowe

What You Will Learn

  • How to create a terrarium
  • How to maintain a terrarium
  • Which native plants suitable for terrariums

What You Get

  • You own small native plant terrarium created in the class
  • Discount tube stock – $2 per tube stock bought on the day from the nursery (normal price $3.30)


Ever wondered how to use native plants inside your home?  Terrariums are a great way to create a self-contained ecosystem that can bring a little bit of our beautiful Australian landscape to you.

This master class will focus on how to use plants from the Victorian sandbelt region to build a terrarium and you get to take home you own personally made glass terrarium.

They are also a great and unique gift to give to your loved ones.

Topics Covered:

  • Victoria’s sandbelt ecosystem
  • Characteristics of sandbelt plants that make them suitable for a terrarium
  • How to building a terrarium
  • Care and maintenance
  • Tips and tricks

The base price includes the materials to make a small (8cm) terrarium.  You can upgrade to a medium terrarium (12cm) or large (15cm) via the Merchandise list on the right hand side of the booking page.

In the afternoon of the same day and at the same venue we are running a master class on “Creating an Underwater Native Plant Jarrarium“. If you book both classes you can attend both classes for $80 ($40 per class).  You will need to book each class separately but use the “2 class – Terrarium & Jarrarium” ticket option when booking your tickets.

Workshop limited to 15 people

Master Class Presenter – David Sparks

David has studied Ecology and Botany at the University of Queensland. He has had 6 years experience in ecological restoration and environmental education and has worked at St. Kilda Indigenous Nursery for over three years. He is currently also studying the Graduate Diploma in Adult education at RMIT.

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