Whether you're making a Tropical Desert, or Carnivorous themed terrarium, we've got you covered with our top-quality compost & FREE delivery! 'Tropical' Terrariums are those that use leafy houseplants like Ivy, miniature Palms, Peace Lilies, whereas 'Desert' terrariums are for Cacti & Succulent displays. 'Carnivorous' terrariums are for insect-eating plants. Select your soil-type & size and we'll get to work! 💥 Premixed with Activated Charcoal to keep the soil healthy and reduce the risk of root rot, which also means you won't have to spend extra on getting it yourself!! 💥
Our Terrarium Compost is made here in the UK and comes in a resealable bag, meaning that you can always use it later if you have too much. It'll also stay fresh for at least twelve months once opened, so never worry about it going off shortly after purchase. We formulate the soil ourselves and keep it in quarantine for 14 days to ensure there are no soil-borne pests like Fungus Gnats.
Don't know the size of your terrarium? Have a look at the second image above to determine if yours is a small, medium or large terrarium!
|Size (Litres)||Ideal for...|
|1L||Very small terrariums|
Don't worry about having left-overs. You can use this compost to repot normal houseplants like Monstera, Peace Lilies, etc, if you opted for 'Tropical' compost - whereas 'Desert' soil is perfect for repotting Cacti and Succulents. 'Carnivorous' compost is suitable for any other insect-eating specimens, too.
Our Terrarium Compost has three variants, that are different in drainage and water-retention ability.
'Tropical Terrarium' Soil
If you're looking to create a leafy, exotic-looking terrarium, we recommend using 'Tropical' soil. This will provide the perfect blend of water retention and drainage to promote healthy growth, topped off with 'perlite' that'll add oxygen back into the compost for stronger root development.
'Desert Terrarium' Soil
This compost is best suited for those who want to make a desert-themed display with Cacti & Succulents. Our soil comes packed with goodness that promotes drainages and will help reduce the risk of over-watering, like grit, sand and perlite.
'Carnivorous Terrarium' Soil
All Carnivorous species need specialist soil to survive. Ordinary composts will quickly cause root burn, quickly translating into yellowed foliage and even death. Our 'Carnivorous Terrarium' soil has the perfect blend to promote healthier foliage and stronger root systems.
Not sure which plants are best for your themed terrarium? Visit FAQs to see our definitive list of suitable plants for each type of display! (Or, send us a message with the plants you're interested in & we'll point you in the right direction!
If you're interested in decorating the Terrarium with Grit, Sand or Decorative Stones, scroll down to the bottom of this page to add them to your order!