BiOrbAir review – Size

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a regular sized lamp and a drinks can to show the size of the terrarium!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a regular sized lamp and a drinks can to show the size of the terrarium!

Size does matter and I’ve received quite a few questions asking how big the BiOrbAir is. The answer to the question is the BiOrbAir is 56cm or 22 inches in height and 50cm or 19.5 inches diameter.  I have taken some photos to clearly show the size of the terrarium, I hope they are helpful for you.  I think the size of the BiOrbAir is just right, it’s large enough to grow a variety of plants and create a picturesque landscape within, but not too large that it looks uncomfortable.  That said, if the manufacturers, Reef One, brought out a larger model I would be interested!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a drinks can to help show the size of the terrarium.

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a drinks can to help show the size of the terrarium.

The BiOrbAir is pictured with two drinks cans to help show the size of the terrarium.

The BiOrbAir is pictured with two drinks cans to help show the size of the terrarium!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a bottle of wine to show the size of the terrarium!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a bottle of wine to show the size of the terrarium!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a regular sized lamp to show the size of the terrarium!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a regular sized lamp to show the size of the terrarium!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a regular sized lamp and a drinks can to show the size of the terrarium!

The BiOrbAir is pictured with a regular sized lamp and a drinks can to show the size of the terrarium!

Trials

You may be interested in some of the trials I have conducted.

Terrarium, Vivarium, and Orchidarium Trials

To see how my Orchidarium was created, please click here.

To read the first part of my White Orchid BiOrbAir Terrarium Trial, please click here.

To read the first part of my Madagascar BiOrbAir Terrarium Trial, please click here.

To read the first part of my Miniature Orchid BiOrbAir Terrarium Trial, please click here.

To see a list of mini miniature orchids to grow inside terrariums, vivariums, or bottle gardens, please click here.

To see a longer list of miniature to small sized orchids, ferns, and other terrarium plants to grow inside terrariums, vivariums, or bottle gardens, please click here.

To read about the general care I give to my orchids and terrarium plants, and the general maintenance I give to my BiOrbAir terrariums, please click here.

To read how I track the temperature, humidity, and light conditions inside my terrariums, please click here.

Compost Trial Reports

To see all of my various Compost Trials, please click here.

To read advice on planting up containers, please click here.

Sweet Pea Trial Reports

To read the results of my 2017 Sweet Pea Trial, please click here.

To read the results of my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial, please click here.

To read the results of my 2015 Sweet Pea Trial, please click here.

Scented Daffodil Trial Reports

To read the results of my 2018 Scented Daffodil Trial, please click here.

To read the results of my 2018 Scented Daffodil Container Trial, please click here.

To read the results of my 2017 Scented Daffodil Trial, please click here.

Other articles that may interest you……..

To read my review of the special features of the BiOrbAir please click here.

To see the full planting list for this terrarium please click here.

To read the first part of my long-term review of the BiOrbAir – this review starts from planting and covers the next six months after planting, please click here.

To read about the BiOrbAir and traditional terrariums please click here.

For an article on how to use decorative features in your terrarium or bottle garden, please click here.

To read about using tools in your terrarium, please click here.

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