Fittonia albivenis ‘Mosaic White’ is often known by the plant’s common name of the nerve plant – this name references the leaves of this tender plant’s white veining, which stands out against the lovely green of this plant’s leaf.  This is an attractive, easy to grow plant, which will help to brighten up any terrarium, vivarium, or bottle garden.

Fittonia albivenis ‘Mosaic White’ flourishes when it’s grown in moist, but well-drained soil, in a very humid location, away from harsh, direct light.  

Pilea involucrata ‘Moon Valley’ is an upright-growing and naturally bushy plant, which features characteristically blistered leaves that almost resemble the surface of the moon.  I adore Pilea involucrata ‘Moon Valley’ – it’s such a gorgeous plant!  This is a fast-growing plant, which is resilient and easy to grow.

Pilea involucrata ‘Moon Valley’ is a super terrarium, vivarium, or bottle garden plant that thrives in humid and partially shaded growing conditions. 

Pilea libanensis is a very pretty terrarium, vivarium, bottle garden or houseplant, which is also known by the common names of grey baby tears, or grey angel tears; I am sure that this plant has a great many other common names too.  Pilea libanensis is often called Pilea glauca, this synonym is often the plant name that you’ll see used by garden centres and in online catalogues – if you’re looking to purchase this particular plant, Pilea glauca is the name you’re most likely to find it sold as.

Hemionitis arifolia is a particularly gorgeous species of miniature fern.  This small, but magnificent fern produces deep green, glossy, heart-shaped fronds, which are held on very dark coloured thin and wiry stems.  This really is such a handsome looking fern!

Hemionitis arifolia flourishes when it’s grown in evenly moist compost, as this fern doesn’t want the compost around its roots to become too dry. 

Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Marisa’ is a fabulous little fern, which makes a great terrarium, bottle garden, or vivarium plant.  Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Marisa’ can also be grown as a beautiful container plant, or planted in a hanging basket, just take care to ensure that you grow this diminutive little fern in a warm, humid environment – such as a bathroom, greenhouse, or conservatory.

Pilea involucrata ‘Norfolk’ is quite a remarkable looking plant, each leaf looks as if it has been knitted!  This dark-leaved plant has a striking appearance and will really stand out.  Pilea involucrata ‘Norfolk’ is an easy to grow terrarium, vivarium, or bottle garden plant that requires little care to succeed.

Pilea involucrata ‘Norfolk’ thrives when grown in moist, but well-drained soil. 

Fittonia albivenis ‘Skeleton’ is often referred to as the nerve plant, due to the distinctive nerve-like veining that this plant’s leaves display.

Fittonia albivenis ‘Skeleton’ requires low to medium light levels and high humidity to flourish.  These plants thrive when planted in a moist, but well-drained peat-free compost or growing medium.  The absolute minimum night time, winter temperature I would recommend for this plant would be 13C (55F), but warmer temperatures would be preferable; ideally temperatures should not drop below 15C (59F).